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You know when Italy – hands down the coolest country in the world – starts taking battery tech seriously that the EV resistance has been and gone, its infiltration complete. 

Yep, this month in Top Gear magazine we’re celebrating all things Italia, and we’ve got perhaps the most diverse selection of cars to do so. There’s our drive of the all-electric Fiat 500e, news of Maserati’s new supercar, the MC20 (which will be offered with V6 petrol and pure electric power) and further details on the madcap, decidedly non-electric Alfa Romeo Giulia GTAm. Plus, we compare the Dr Jekyll Roma with the Mr Hyde SF90 – both are new, V8-engined Ferraris, so just how different can they be?

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Fancy more? Subscribe today and UK-based readers can get the frankly ridiculous offer of five issues for only £5. We’re practically giving them away. Your subscription will then continue at only £21.99 every six issues - a 25 per cent saving on the usual in-store price. Oh, and there’s free delivery to boot - click these blue words to take advantage. Plus, if you live outside the UK you can still save 25 per cent by clicking here.

Of course, that’s not all you’ll get in this issue either. We’ve also got TG’s rough guide to Italy, which will teach you everything you need to know from the hand gestures to the icons of Italian car design.

Then there’s our exclusive chat with Ross Brawn on getting the 2020 F1 season back on track, plus a preview of Series 29 of Top Gear telly. Not to mention the fact that we’ve also driven the new Golf GTI and pitted the Audi RS6 up against the Mercedes E63 and the Alpina B5. For all that and much more, pick up a copy of the latest issue today. Grazie.

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