The 1958 Fiat 500 N and 1980 Fiat Panda are symbols of Italian creativity.
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Maranello is famed for one thing, and one thing only; you immediately sense it when you cruise past the heart (or centro) of town – every business here is decorated with something related to Ferrari.
The Italian city of Bologna isn’t just famous for lending its name to the meat-based pasta sauce, it’s also home to Lamborghini and Ducati.
This fresh grad hopped into a Renault Clio RS 200 to sniff out the best driving destinations in Europe and ended up in the Alps.
Only 4000 of the special coin, which has a face value of €5, will be minted by the Italian State Mint.
The Maserati Quattroporte is a luxe barge that demands driving dedication.
Maserati’s executive range gets a mid-life spruce-up to become a faster and finer grand tourer.
Maserati’s first SUV is easy on the eye, exceptionally spacious and immaculately finished.
The 812 Superfast goes from zero-to-100kmh in 2.9 seconds.
Torque took the McLaren 720S for a spin around Rome and the Vallelunga Circuit. Here are the five things we grew to love about the British carmaker’s latest creation.