Auto Italia Magazine - April 2021
In this issue
Alfa Romeo’s carbon-chassis 4C is a true junior supercar – but does it have the potential to become a senior supercar? We find out in an exclusive test of Alfaworks’ new 4C 410, a 2.0-litre conversion with 410hp that elevates it to a completely new plane of performance. Alfa fans will also delight in an Alfetta GTV drive through the Scottish Highlands, plus a rundown of the most popular Alfas of all time. We have a couple of amazing private collections this month, too: seven front-engined Ferrari V12s from seven different decades, and a major Lancia Delta rally collection. We revel in a drive of Zagato’s Bristol 406S one-off and reveal – exclusively – how an Italian-designed range of Bristols would have looked, had they made production. An intimate interview with Edgardo Michelotti, a back-to-back comparison of two early Fiat 1100s and a blast in Maserati’s latest Levante Trofeo round off another dreamy month of Italian car goodness.
FERRARI V12 COLLECTION – Seven manual V12s from seven different decades
ALFA ROMEO 4C 410 BY ALFAWORKS – A tuned 2.0-litre 410hp stealth supercar
ALFA ROMEO’S BEST SELLERS – Alfasud, 33, 156... What are the top-selling Alfas?
ALFETTA GTV ON HIGHLAND 1000 RALLY – Around Scotland in an Alfa Romeo GTV
LANCIA DELTA COLLECTION – Rallying stars visited in Tuscany
FIAT 1100 BERLINA & TRASFORMABILE – Two very early Fiat 1100s side by side
MICHELOTTI INTERVIEW – Edgardo Michelotti on design and his father
BRISTOL 406S ZAGATO – Delightful one-off made in Milan
ITALIAN BRISTOLS – Exclusive: Italian-designed ‘new era’ Bristols
MASERATI LEVANTE TROFEO – 580hp V8 leviathan on test
BOOK REVIEWS – All the latest Italian car titles in the spotlight
OBSCURATI – Ghia’s sharp-suited AC Shelby Cobra Spider GT
Auto Italia Magazine Description:
Publisher: Auto Italia
Auto Italia magazine was created in 1995 as the World’s first specialist publication to celebrate the excellence of Italian automotive design and engineering. Auto Italia is essential reading for the owner, collector and enthusiast who is passionate about Italy and its motoring heritage. Complemented with top quality photography, Auto Italia’s informative features are produced by a dedicated group of UK and Italian writers, who all own, restore or race Italian cars.
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