The Ferrari Museum in Maranello opened a new exhibition today, focused on showcasing the best designs that emerged from a collaboration between the prancing horse brand, and Sergio Pininfarina.
Starting in 1952, Sergio Pininfarina and Ferrari together designed some of the most iconic cars that ever came from the Italian supercar maker. The exhibition includes 22 models on display, split up into three separate areas: Pininfarina and Racing, Pininfarina and the Grand Tourers, and Pininfarina and the Concept Cars.
Aside from the cars, some items from the Pininfarina families private collection will also be on display including a wooden styling buck of the Modulo concept car.
Some unique cars on display include the Pinin, a four-door concept, and a 330 GTC Speciale once owned by Lilian, Princess de Rethy of Belgium. Ferrari’s last winner at the 24 hours of Le Mans, the 250 LM will be on display next to other race cars penned by Sergio, including the 500 Mondial and 250 MM berlinettas.
The exhibition is open to the public seven days a week, starting Saturday, October 27, to Monday, January 7.