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Italians cars are at their best at the extremes – small cars on the one hand and supercars on the other – and this month’s issue is bursting with Italian extremes. Fizzing with brio is our group test of tiny pocket rocket hot hatches, as the Autobianchi A112 Abarth faces up to the Innocenti De Tomaso Turbo and Fiat Seicento Abarth. At the other extreme is the full back story of the new Ferrari 812 Competizione limited edition, plus a UK test of the F8 Tributo and expert analysis of Maranello’s automated gearboxes. In between, we check out five Cloverleaf-badged Alfas for accessible fun, while three Alfa Giulia GT coupes go head to head. And we find out how 404hp feels through the front wheels of AlfaWorks’ new MiTo racer. This month also features an exclusive interview with Marella Rivolta, creator of the new ISO Rivolta GTZ, tests of two new Maserati saloons and the amazing story of Enzo’s first ever car, the AAC 815. From babies to the big guns, Auto Italia has it all covered!

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POCKET ROCKET GROUP TEST

Autobianchi A112 Abarth v Innocenti De Tomaso Turbo v Fiat Seicento Abarth


FERRARI 812 COMPETIZIONE

Why this latest special series could well be the ultimate V12 Ferrari


FERRARI F8 TRIBUTO

How easy is the F8 to use as an everyday car?


FERRARI AUTOMATICS

Automated F1 gearboxes: analysis and expert advice


ALFA ROMEO CLOVERLEAF GROUP TEST

Five modern classic QVs go head to head: MiTo, 145, Giulietta, 164 and GT


ALFA ROMEO GIULIA GT GROUP TEST

1300, 1750 and 2000 coupe models compared


ALFA ROMEO MITO RACER

AlfaWorks’ amazing 404hp track tearaway


ISO RIVOLTA GTZ

How ISO is coming back, plus an exclusive interview with Marella Rivolta


MASERATI GHIBLI HYBRID

The first ever electrified Trident on test on UK roads


MASERATI QUATTROPORTE TROFEO

How does 580hp of glorious V8 grunt feel in the mighty QP?


AUTO AVIO COSTRUZIONI 815

The amazing story of Enzo Ferrari’s first ever car


ABARTH DAY REPORT

Hatfield Abarth club show action


OBSCURATI

Steinwinter 250: when the Fiat 500’s engine is deemed too big