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1907 Fiat 130HP Corsa

This monstrous Fiat 130HP was driven to victory by Felice Nazzaro in the 1907 French Grand Prix. Massimo Delbò dons his goggles and gathers his courage.

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215bhp 1972 Abarth 124 Spider Works Rally Car

Abarth’s 124 Spider is often overlooked as a rally hero. Richard Heseltine reckons it’s time to set the record straight.

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‘I waited years to get into the Abarth Spider. It was worth it. The car looked sensational and screamed its heart out. It didn't much like traffic, though. You had to dial in a gazillion revs just to get it off the line.' Richard wrote the works Abarth story on, and also interviewed BTCC legend Patrick Watts
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Refreshed 2024 Fiat 500X

Fiat’s crossover Refreshed. Is Fiat’s 500X still competitive in a sea of monotonous crossovers? We find out, this time with an open top.

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1965 Fiat-Abarth OTR 1000 Coupe Bertone

We drive a replica of the long-lost Abarth OTR 1000 Coupe – a handsome fastback version of Bertone’s Fiat 850 Spider.

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1953 Fiat 8V Spider Vignale

Only one Fiat 8V Spider was ever made, bodied by Vignale in 1953. Now it’s been fully restored in the UK – and driving it proves a real revelation.

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Road test 2024 Abarth 500e

The new electric 500e is “more fun” than the petrol one, says Abarth. After going to Lingotto to see, sit in and hear it, what do we make of it?

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1950 Fiat 1100 E Cabriolet ‘Vistotal’ Castagna

This humble 1950 Fiat 1100 was coach-built by Castagna with a radical panoramic windscreen. Massimo Delbo enjoys a new perspective from the driving seat.

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All-new, fully electric 2023 Abarth 500e

Scorpionissima! The all-new, fully electric Abarth 500e promises a whole new experience for Scorpion fans.

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Wild rides: Fiat Uno Turbo – modified versus standard

We meet the celebrated star of the Car SOS TV series – a rare Hormann-bodied Fiat Uno Turbo i.e. – now cared for by a serial Uno Turbo fanatic.

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1976 Fiat 131 Abarth Stradale

As a young 18 year old my first car was a Mazda 1300. I had the big dream that my next car would be a Ford Falcon XY GT 351. My brother told me I was mad, you will kill yourself and so the search of an alternative ended up with the purchase of an Italian Lancia Beta Coupe. This is where my love of Fiats and Lancia’s came from, sharing a common twin cam motor and very easy to work on while offering enough performance and driving enjoyment.

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1979 Alfa Romeo Alfasud Super 1.3 Type 902 vs. 1977 Fiat 128 1300 CL

Advanced engineering and design sophistication came as standard in Italy in the 1970s – even for family cars. But in this Fiat 128 versus Alfasud face-off, which one do we prefer five decades on?

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180bhp 1937 Fiat Topolino Hot Rod - Plenty of surprises lurk under the skin...

This innocent-looking Fiat Topolino hides a big secret. Under the skin, it’s a full-on 180hp hot rod with a real Jekyll/Hyde character.

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Making the Grade 160bhp 1969 FIAT 128 1300 Restomod rapture

Tastefully upgraded two-door saloon. With tasteful and well targeted mods, this 128 really shows why Fiat’s little saloon needs to be more widely appreciated.

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1978 Fiat X1/9 Lido

The Fiat X1/9 is turning 50 but its philosophy still feels fresh. We try an early 1300 for size to the cutprice, mid-engined trailblazer’s legacy today.

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Fiat X1/9 at 50

As the world’s most affordable mid-engined car, the Fiat X1/9 was a true revelation 50 years ago. Karl Ludvigsen – who went on the 1972 launch – tells the golden story of an ingenious icon.

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