Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena will once again captivate an expectant audience with the arrival of it’s latest exhibition, ‘Capolavori senza tempo’ or translated ‘Timeless Masterpieces’.
The stunning showcase will endeavour to encapsulate the history, integrity and styling of the most elegant Ferraris ever to grace the Italian marque.
Ferrari evolution will be represented by some of the sports and grand touring giants that, due to their iconic status and extreme value, have influenced the aesthetic vision of an era, leaving an indelible mark on the automotive sector and beyond.
Spearheading this incredible line-up is the Ferrari 166 Inter of 1948 and the 750 Monza of 1954, both affluent commodities of the post-war economic boom.
The 250 California of 1957 successfully continued its brotherly progress, followed by arguably the most important, desirable, and legendary motor car, the 250 GTO.
“It is an invitation to revisit innovative automotive design as an expression of broader creative movements, with a streamlined style that spread from the 1930s in search of customization that distinguishes the brand from others.”
Other Italian stallions include the 365 GTS4, more recent Ferrari California of 2008 and GTC4 Lusso of 2016.
The exhibition has been designed to enable visitors to connect and relate to the various eras, embracing technology, styling and emotional values along the way.