Ferrari Museum in Maranello: visitors’ record, extensions and as of March: the Supercars
(Feb 14, 2013)
May 22, 2013
For the last weeks of the exhibition’s opening: free official catalogue with Pininfarina’s Ferraris.
Maranello, 14 February 2013 – After having set a new record in 2012 with 250,414 visitors, now the Ferrari Museum in Maranello presents itself with a special year ahead: this spring a new wing with 1,000 sqm will be inaugurated to offer more exhibition space, while in early March an exhibition of immense significance will start: the upcoming exposition will be dedicated to the so called Ferrari Supercars, but will talk to the visitors in a contemporary way, because it will be centred around the presentation of the new model, which will take the place of the Enzo and present all the special Ferraris created before those two limited-series’ models to the Museum’s visitors.
Especially the technological content of this first Ferrari hybrid, directly inspired by the experience made with KERS in Formula One, will be of peculiar interest. Furthermore visitors will be able to discover the creative course behind the new model, entirely planned and built in Maranello, with the complex integration of design and aerodynamic solutions.
While waiting for the new exhibition to be opened, in February the Museum offers the possibility to visit the “Great Ferraris from Sergio Pininfarina” exhibition, which exceeded all expectations with its enormous success. Visitors, buying a ticket for the exhibition this month, will be presented with a free copy of the exhibition catalogue, which also contains a poster of the 100 Ferraris created by the great coachbuilder from Turin.