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The Fiat Panda turns 40 years old this month, giving us the perfect opportunity to celebrate the original – and some say best – version: the 1980 Panda Mk1. Three Lancias line up for a big group test: Trevi saloon, Kappa coupe and Gamma saloon – the latter having done almost zero miles from new. Supercars are on test, too: Steve Berry gives us his unique take on the Ferrari 812 Superfast; we drive two classics from the early mid-engined era – De Tomaso Mangusta and Pantera; and we ask if the ARES Panther is a reborn De Tomaso Pantera. We also tell the surprising story of the only four-door car Ferrari ever considered making – the 1980 Pinin. Alfa Romeo’s glorious Giulia GTA is in the spotlight, as we drive a very rare Stradale that was, highly unusually, raced in the 1960s. Another classic racer is Maserati’s 6CM, a 1930s ‘junior class’ contender that won title after title – we bag a rare track test. As ever, we’ve also visited several different countries to bring you reports on all the best Italian car events.

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FERRARI 812 SUPERFAST

Steve Berry’s quirky take on Ferrari’s beastly V12


DE TOMASO MANGUSTA & PANTERA

Misunderstood mid-engined pioneers


PANTHER PROGETTOUNO

Reborn Pantera based on a Lamborghini


FIAT PANDA AT 40

Celebrating Giugiaro’s classless masterpiece on its 40th birthday


ALFA ROMEO GIULIA SPRINT GTA

Incredible GTA Stradale with a racing past


FERRARI PININ

Why did Pininfarina’s lovely four-door Ferrari never make production?


LANCIA TREVI, GAMMA & KAPPA

Three big Lancias from the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s


MASERATI 6CM

The ‘junior’ racer that couldn’t stop winning


SEVEN CONCOURS

Amazing Ferraris and more in the desert


COPPA DELLE ALPI

Tough rally through four Alpine countries


ZAGATO CENTENARY

Fine Zagatos on show in Brussels


OBSCURATI

Michelotti’s very first effort for Triumph: the TR3 Speciale