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Here at Auto Italia we love the Lancia Rally 037, so we were itching with excitement to drive the new Kimera EVO37, a reinvented ‘restomod’ with modern mechanicals – we hope our exclusive road test will excite you as much as it did us. It’s 50 years since Alfa Romeo launched its seminal Alfasud and we celebrate with a big, fact-filled, ‘never-knew-that’ feature, as well as driving two South African Alfasud rarities: GTA and Giardinetta estate. Even rarer is the one-off Maggiora Punto Grama 2 based on a Lancia integrale. Ferrari fans can revel in a road test of the ex-Gerhard Berger Testarossa and a report from the first Cavallino Classic concours to be held in Italy. We also praise the 100th anniversary of Lancia’s ground-breaking Lambda – the world’s first truly modern car. We also test the latest Lamborghini and Abarth models and have reports from such diverse events as the Classic Alfa Challenge, Silverstone Classic, Motor Valley Fest in Italy and the Shelsley Walsh Italian Night.

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KIMERA EVO37

Modern-day Lancia Rally 037 reinvented: exclusive road test


ALFA ROMEO ALFASUD AT 50

Celebrating the ’Sud’s golden anniversary with our 50 favourite facts


ALFASUDS FROM SOUTH AFRICA

Ultra-rare GTA and RHD Giardinetta Alfasuds on test


FERRARI TESTAROSSA

We drive the very Testarossa first delivered to Gerhard Berger


FIAT PUNTO GRAMA 2

Fiat Punto based on a Lancia integrale: Maggiora’s 4x4 Grama 2


LANCIA LAMBDA

Celebrating 100 years of a revolutionary pioneer with a four-car track test


LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR SV-J ROADSTER

End of an era for Lambo’s pure V12


ABARTH 595 SCORPIONEORO

We test Abarth’s latest black-and-gold special edition


SILVERSTONE CLASSIC

Record-breaking racing weekend


CAVALLINO CLASSIC

Ferraris star at the Concorso di Modena


CLASSIC ALFA CHALLENGE

Action from Racing Legends at Thruxton


READERS’ CARS

Lancia Gamma and Kappa, plus an Alfa 33 Sport Wagon


OBSCURATI

Sbarro’s Alfa Romeo Issima with two Busso V6 engines