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2022 marks the 75th anniversary of Ferrari and to celebrate we’ve plenty about Prancing Horses in this month’s issue. Not only do we have a full road and track test of the new 296 GTB – Ferrari’s first ever V6 road car – but we do a run-down of the 75 greatest cars ever made at Maranello. We have news of three more highly important newcomers this month: SUVs from Alfa Romeo (Tonale) and Maserati (Grecale), plus 2023’s Maserati GranTurismo (with fully 1200hp). Turning the clock back to the early 1960s, we compare three six-cylinder coupe legends: the Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint, Fiat 2300 S Coupe and Lancia Flaminia Coupe. And as Fiat’s 126 turns 50 years old, we defend a much-maligned city car. Another car being defended is the Alfa 159 3.2 V6, with one owner asking whether its V6 engine is in fact just as good as a Busso. We also have big features on Italian-designed British cars (think Aston Zagato and AC Frua) and the Alfa 75 Turbo-engined Michelotti Pura one-off. CONTENTS FERRARI 296 GTB – How does Ferrari’s new V6 hybrid era play out on road and track? FERRARI AT 75: THE TOP 75 – Our favourite road Ferraris of all time ranked from 1 to 75 1960s COUPE SIXES – Alfa 2600 Sprint v Fiat 2300 S v Lancia Flaminia MASERATI GRECALE – All the lowdown on the Trident’s vital new SUV contender – including the 530hp Trofeo ALFA ROMEO TONALE – We’re at the unveiling of Alfa’s all-new SUV, while our new columnist, designer Matteo Licata, gives his verdict ALFA ROMEO 159 3.2 JTS Q4 – How modifications can transform an unpopular V6 engine FIAT 126 AT 50 – Championing Fiat’s much misunderstood minicar on its 50th birthday ITALIAN-DESIGNED BRITISH CARS – We choose the best ever British cars styled in Italy MICHELOTTI PURA – We drive an Alfa 75 Turbo-powered one-off OBSCURATI – How GM staff pranked their design chief’s Ferrari Daytona

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