Written by: Matt MasterCan France and Italy offer credible alternatives to German hot hatchery? There's only one way to find out...
They reckon mankind's first wheel turned somewhere in Mesopotamia in the 4th century BC. And a few hundred years later, you can be sure, the ancient inhabitants of Italy made sometheing fairly similar. It will have looked a bit prettier too, but probably wasn't round. Even today, in our homogenised and increasingly one-car-fits-all world, the Italians are still doing it their own way. Almost all Italian cars are blessed with a certain indefinable element of cool that makes life better for the simple act of driving them. But almost all Italian cars also appear to have been built by (very recent) graduates of a Montessori nursery. Dr Montessori, it turns out on Wikipedia, was Italian.
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