Weekly News Roundup

As we fast approach the end of the year it seems each week is going by quicker than the last. So let’s take a look back at some of the Italian car news that happened this week, all featured on Enzari’s News Roundup section in our forum, from Abarth one year celebration to news of Ferrari stopping selling their cars to news on the Fiat 124 Coupe…

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abarth-classicheAbarth Classiche celebrations one year birthday

One year ago today, Abarth opened the doors to its Abarth Classiche workshop, which helps to maintain, restore and certify vintage Abarth cars…




Pagani Huayra Roadster to debut at Geneva

Over the past several months we’ve been waiting for the official reveal of the Pagani Huayra Roadster. Pagani have been pretty vague on when it will get its debut…





Ferrari to stop selling Ex Formula 1 cars

Since 2003, Ferrari has let some of its most hardcore customers buy old Formula One race cars. The F1 Clienti program facilitates sales of F1 cars to a select group of customers, and provides technical support to people who bought Ferrari F1 cars before the program was established. But F1 Clienti may soon be no more…




New Alfa Romeo Giulia named ‘Safest New Car’

The new Alfa Romeo Giulia has been named ‘Safest New Car’ in the Carbuyer ‘Best Cars’ Awards, adding to the large collection of international prizes already won by the new sports car…




Ferrari reveals 488 Challenge

Ferrari have revealed the new 488 Challenge at Daytona. The Italian marque had chosen the event to take the wraps of its latest line of ‘Challenge’ supercars…





Fiat 124 Coupe to debut in 2017

Fiat is expected to develop a Coupe on the 124 Spider platform, which could be revealed to the public by the end of next year…






Bowkers Maserati unveil new Maserati Levante



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