Enzo Ferrari is one of the key men who started the revolution in the realms of luxury motoring, and with 120 years since the birth of the legendary innovator, it is fitting that the Ferrari Museum pays tribute to the man himself with, not one, but two exhibitions in the heart of Maranello.
The museum calls the first of the two, “Driven by Enzo,” which essentially pays tribute to Enzo’s fervent desire for cars.
Visitors will be able to view all of the four-seater cars that were driven by Enzo back in the day, when he turned his chauffeur into a passenger. These include the 1960 Ferrari 250 GT 2+2, the 400 GTi, the 412, as well as the Ferrari 456 GT, a car Enzo personally approved in 1988.
The second exhibition is called “Passion and Legend,” which tells the detailed story of how Enzo built the Ferrari empire from the ground up.
Backed up by a roadmap of photographs highlighting the seven decades of Ferrari, visitors can view the 166 Inter of 1948, the first Ferrari car made for road use, the 1956 250 GT Berlinetta “TDF” and the Dino 246.
For enhanced engagement with the fans, there are two interactive stations that will bring you into the world of Ferrari’s production facilities.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines!
The exhibitions will be at the Ferrari Museum in Maranello until May 2019. For more information and ticket prices, visit the official website.