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AutoItalia Magazine  |  Auto Italia issue 259  


By complete coincidence, we have two features this month on blue Alfa Romeos badged ‘Giulia Veloce’. They’re separated by over 50 years: one is a 1964 Spider; the other the brand new Giulia Veloce saloon. That evocative ‘Veloce’ badge really sums up what Alfas have always been about: the pure joy of driving. The new 280hp Giulia Veloce is not only fast but also the sweet spot in the new Giulia range. Another pairing separated by several decades is the rally Abarth 124 Spiders – the new 2017 Abarth 124 Spider R-GT and the classic 1974 Fiat 124 Abarth Spider. On the evidence of the new Giulia Veloce and the 124 Spider, Alfa Romeo and Abarth seem to be heading in the right direction.



CONTENTS
Ferrari 812 Superfast – Road test of the 800hp replacement for the F12
Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce – Is the new 280hp Giulia Veloce a junior Giulia Quadrifoglio?
Fiat Coupé 16v Turbo – We drive what must be the world’s lowest-mileage Fiat Coupé
Ferves Ranger – It’s Wacky Races time as we climb aboard a hilariously weird Fiat 500 ‘jeep’
Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce – Our man is reunited with a race-tuned 1964 Alfa Spider
Alfa Romeo Alfasud Buying Guide – All you need to know about the best-handling car of its generation
Abarth 124 Spider – Old and new rally cars together, separated by 45 years
Goodwood Festival of Speed – Italian cars dominated proceedings, while we went up the hill in a Lamborghini Aventador S
Club Italia – Italian car shows in Northern Ireland and Wales
Affordable Ferraris – Your guide to accessible modern Ferrari V8s: what should you consider when buying?
Obscurati – the Porsche-like Rayton Fissore Gold Shadow from 1978
Auto Italia magazine is dedicated to the owner, collector and admirer of Italian cars. From Fiat to Ferrari and Alfa Romeo to Zagato, all marques presented in this high quality publication are supported by specially commissioned original photography.

Each issue is brought to you by a team of writers and photographers who have a passion for all things Italian; the country, the lifestyle, the cars. Each one of them has a background of either Italian car ownership, motor racing or engineering.

The informative content covers new car launches, road and track tests of historic, classic and current range cars, competition cars, buyers guides and interviews with prominent personalities.

Auto Italia is a collectable, continuous history of the Italian automotive industry and is unique in publishing in-depth features on the specialist coachbuilders that created a seemingly endless catalogue of vehicles. Many of these cars are unknown to even the most dedicated Italian car enthusiast and are often presented with previously unpublished archive photography.

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AutoItalia Magazine   |   Auto Italia issue 259   


By complete coincidence, we have two features this month on blue Alfa Romeos badged ‘Giulia Veloce’. They’re separated by over 50 years: one is a 1964 Spider; the other the brand new Giulia Veloce saloon. That evocative ‘Veloce’ badge really sums up what Alfas have always been about: the pure joy of driving. The new 280hp Giulia Veloce is not only fast but also the sweet spot in the new Giulia range. Another pairing separated by several decades is the rally Abarth 124 Spiders – the new 2017 Abarth 124 Spider R-GT and the classic 1974 Fiat 124 Abarth Spider. On the evidence of the new Giulia Veloce and the 124 Spider, Alfa Romeo and Abarth seem to be heading in the right direction.



CONTENTS
Ferrari 812 Superfast – Road test of the 800hp replacement for the F12
Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce – Is the new 280hp Giulia Veloce a junior Giulia Quadrifoglio?
Fiat Coupé 16v Turbo – We drive what must be the world’s lowest-mileage Fiat Coupé
Ferves Ranger – It’s Wacky Races time as we climb aboard a hilariously weird Fiat 500 ‘jeep’
Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce – Our man is reunited with a race-tuned 1964 Alfa Spider
Alfa Romeo Alfasud Buying Guide – All you need to know about the best-handling car of its generation
Abarth 124 Spider – Old and new rally cars together, separated by 45 years
Goodwood Festival of Speed – Italian cars dominated proceedings, while we went up the hill in a Lamborghini Aventador S
Club Italia – Italian car shows in Northern Ireland and Wales
Affordable Ferraris – Your guide to accessible modern Ferrari V8s: what should you consider when buying?
Obscurati – the Porsche-like Rayton Fissore Gold Shadow from 1978
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year AutoItalia Magazine magazine print subscription.
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