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Ferrari celebrations get underway

On March 12 1947, Enzo Ferrari fired up the 125 S, the first car to bear his name. That test-drive on the streets of Maranello marked the start of modern Ferrari history. The then-modest factory quickly grew into one of the great internationally-renowned Made in Italy icons. Now, exactly 70 years later, on March 12

H.R. Owen Lamborghini celebrates a monumental Lamborghini double in 2016

Luxury dealer group H.R. Owen is continuing to celebrate a hugely successful 2016, topping two lots of Lamborghini sales rankings for the year. The highly acclaimed Lamborghini London showroom in South Kensington was responsible for the most global car sales in 2016, making it the No. 1 Lamborghini dealership in the world. Lamborghini London has

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

Weekly News Roundup

Wow the week started with the dealer launch of the new Alfa Romeo Giulia across the UK, the news carried on with a classic Alfa Romeo coming up for auction, possible the coolest Pagani ever, electric Maserati & Lamborghini's drifting, all topped off with more good news for Alfa Romeo... Keep checking the 'News Roundup'

Alfa Romeo Giulia arrives with Mangoletsi

It's a saturday morning in November, wet roads and a cold wind, but being the weekend these roads are quieter than normal, I think to myself that's probably a good thing as I approach my destination. That destination is Mangoletsi near Knutsford in Cheshire. The renowned and well respected FCA dealer had offered EnZari the

FCA dealer Motor Village UK hosts top art exhibition

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ flagship dealer Motor Village UK has once again been chosen as the venue for a top art exhibition – this time a charity fundraising event on behalf of wounded armed forces personnel. The Wigmore Street, London site – usually home to FCA cars such as the Fiat 500, Alfa Romeo Giulietta, Abarth

Fiat launches ‘Swappage Campaign’

A new end-of-year campaign, designed to help customers swap their current Fiat car for a new one, has just been launched by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles UK. Called ‘The Big Swappage Deal’ the initiative offers drivers an extra incentive to trade in their current vehicle, with a range of extra ‘swappage’ bonus offers on top of

Weekly News Roundup

Time for our weekly look back on what stories made the news in the Italian car world this week, from a record breaking Ferrari to 'Golden Steering Wheel' to talk of one Italian marque considering FormulaE, it was another week of enjoyable new stories we featured in our News Roundup section on the forum. Keep

Alfa Romeo Giulia: Driven!

It seems an age we've been waiting for the Giulia, a car Alfa Romeo claims good enough to give the Germans a bloody nose in the world of cars. Not since the 159 has the Italian marque had a model to compete in the junior exec class, in that time little has changed, the BMW

Maserati renews Chef Massimo Ambassadorship

It's not unusual to think of food, in particular fine cuisine when thinking of Italy, so to have a top chef as an ambassador for your Italian car brand makes a lot of sense. Maserati have today announced that they have renewed their working relationship with top Chef Massimo Bottura which began last year. The