Sergio Pininfarina Ferraris Head to Museum Exhibition

Sergio Pininfarina Ferraris Head to Museum Exhibition
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Later this month, the Museo Ferrari in Maranello will host an exhibition of Sergio Pininfarina’s Ferraris.

Spread across three halls, the exhibition will showcase some of the world’s finest Ferraris. Each hall will be dedicated to a special topic to display how Pininfarina transformed the Ferrari motorsport DNA.

The first hall will be dedicated to “Pininfarina and the races,” which will feature some of the rarest race cars such as the 250 LM, 250 SWB, and the experimental Formula 1 Sigma.

Second, a hall called “Pininfarina and the concept cars,” showcasing experimental models planned by the studio from Turin. Some of these include the Modulo, the P6, ahd the Pinin – a unique experiment of a Ferrari with four doors.

Lastly, the third hall will be titled “Pininfarina and the Gran Turismo Cars,” and will house 11 cars divided into categories of origin: famous Berlinettas with front engines, followed by those with mid-rear engines, and the creative evolution of the present.

In addition to all of the exquisite automobiles on display, the exhibition will also feature a previously unreleased video interview with Sergio Pininfarina himself and as an enormous wall featuring every Pininfarina Ferrari since 1952.

The exhibition will be open to the public from October 27 to January 7, 2013.