Enzo magazine launches – new Ferrari quarterly out now

The teams behind Octane and evo magazines launch a new magazine, dedicated to all things Ferrari

A new quarterly magazine has launched. Enzo goes on sale Wednesday, 27 July, and is a tribute to Ferrari in the same way Vantage magazine is to Aston Martin.

Enzo covers all things Ferrari – the cars, both road and race, historic and contemporary models, along with the teams behind them; the designers, engineers, drivers and bosses who have helped to create some of the most iconic and legendary cars of all time.

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Edited by evo’s own John Barker, with Peter Tomalin as managing editor, each issue of Enzo will be packed with road tests, epic drive features, track tests of racers past and present, tales from the marque’s history, and interviews with the most important and influential people from the world of Ferrari.

James Burnay, Managing Director of Dennis Automotive, said: “Ferrari is the world’s most famous and glamorous motoring marque, and with the classic Ferrari market experiencing astonishing growth in recent years, we identified a gap in the market for a high-end, beautifully produced magazine that’s dedicated to the brand.”

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“The launch of Enzo is testament to the expertise and influence of Dennis Automotive – the number one automotive publisher in the UK. The support from the market and the experts we have in our editorial teams have been instrumental in the creation of this new premium brand,” said Burnay.

Enzo launches today, July 27, and is available in all good newsagents priced at £6. Subscriptions for the quarterly magazine are available at £21.50 for four issues.

Click here to purchase your magazine or subscription on the Enzo site.


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