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When is a Ferrari not a Ferrari? When it’s got an engine from Maranello but is badged as something else. We feature four cars with Prancing Horse power: the Alfa Giulia Quadrifoglio, Lancia Thema 8.32, Maserati GranTurismo and Fiat Dino. If you want the genuine article, how about Mr Pininfarina’s personal one-off Ferrari 275 GTB? There’s more Maserati merriment with a full collectors’ guide on the four-door QPIII. On a smaller scale, we fall in love with a dinky Vignale-bodied Fiat coupe and drive a wide-body, tuned Abarth 595. Add in shows aplenty – including achingly spangly images from the 1971 Turin Motor Show – and you very much have ‘The Full Italian’ to digest!

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LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR S ROADSTER

How does Lambo’s new ‘S’ feel with the roof off?


FERRARI POWER GROUP TEST

Four non-Ferraris with Ferrari family engines: Alfa Giulia QV, Lancia 8.32, Maserati GT & Fiat Dino


FERRARI 275 GTB SPECIALE

Battista Farina’s very own personal car is unique and very special


FIAT 750 VIGNALE COUPE

It looks like an exotic in miniature, and goes superbly too


ABARTH 595

Testing a very special Romeo Ferraris tuned bombshell


MASERATI QUATTROPORTE III

Full Collectors’ Guide to the big 1980s four-door Maserati


NORFOLK ITALIAN CAR SPECIALISTS

We visit an oasis of Alfa Romeo and Fiat expertise in Norwich


TURIN SHOW 1971

A treasure trove of original period images pay tribute to a golden era


TECHNO CLASSICA 2018

How Italian cars starred at the Essen show


AMELIA ISLAND CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE

All the highlights from the 2018 Florida show


OBSCURATI

Carrozzeria Touring’s very last car was a Fiat 124 convertible