Strada Magazine

A new quarterly magazine dedicated to the heroic cars of the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s

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Issue #1 - Out April 7th…

550 miles in the Prancing Horse’s first useable supercar – after a quarter of a century, does the 550 Maranello deliver the goods? PLUS: we speak to its designer about just how it came to be.

BMW 1-Series M - a thing to make you go M

Peugeot 205 GTI - still the hottest damn hatch?

Porsche 924 Carrera GT - sampling Stuttgart’s sizzling outsider

Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 - feeling Godzilla’s roar

RS500s at war - the inside story of Ford’s uncivil war at the 1988 Silverstone TT

Whatever happened to… Alpina RLE at 30

Buying guide: An Aston Martin V8 Vantage for £25k and up

Plus: The latest products, watches, market insight and more… surprises await!

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£10.00 / one issue

A single issue for £10.00. This includes postage and packing to the UK for a single issues.
Postage costs to the rest of the world will vary.

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About Strada Magazine

Strada Magazine is a fresh, new quarterly take on an era of cars that has come to dominate the classic car landscape. Call them Youngtimers, call them modern classics, the cars produced between 1980 and 2010 contain among them true icons that transcend generations. From the Ferrari 550 Maranello to the Peugeot 205 GTI, this era of cars drives a passion that burns bright even for those whose driving test was a mere pipe dream formed on the living room carpet with toys or via computer games when these cars were new. Now these cars are highly sought after – and Strada magazine is here to reflect that passion.

Our crack team of photographers and journalists live and breathe these cars just as much as the people who own, buy and collect them. It’s this level of insight that gives us the edge over traditional classic car magazines – our focus on this key era allows us to single out the greatest stories, and give them life in a way few can come close to matching.

Traditional classic car magazines tend to relegate these cars to brief mentions here and there, preferring to go big on the same old classics, thus alienating petrolheads whose main interest lies in 80s, 90s and 00s. With our expertise, and our contacts, we can offer a level of depth and knowledge in this time frame that is unmatched by current classic car journalism.

As well as rich, varied car content that spans the globe in the hunt for a good story, we feed the modern classic car fan’s desire for appropriate lifestyle content, be it watches, high-end audio, designer furniture and fashion. As such, Strada is the perfect showcase to gain access to passionate petrolheads who are happy to indulge their taste for “big boys’ toys”, of which cars are just one facet. Strada seeks to show that their dream cars are attainable and within reach – whether it be the aforementioned Ferrari 550 or an utterly mint Peugeot 205 GTI. We seek to develop the belief that dreams really can come true.

Every quarter we’ll bring you beautifully shot features from the world’s leading photographers with in-depth, detailed writing from the most respected names in motoring journalism. Strada goes further, bringing you closer to the engineers, designers, racing drivers and personalities that shaped motoring over its arguably greatest three decades. Strada will set a new bar for quality modern classic journalism and photography – because life’s too short for boring cars.

A double page spread extract from the magazine focused on Aston Martin

“A global pandemic has done little to stop the demand for 80s/90s/00s cars”

A couple of article pages taken from Strada Magazine