“Ferraris from another world”: secret cars, never shown before


In the new, big space on the first floor of the museum, there’s a very special exhibition: Ferraris never seen and shown before are exposed for the visitors.

They are so called “mulotypes”, transformed and dressed cars, used for the development of new models. Usually they are destined to be destroyed, but these have been saved and restored to their original state. Visitors can now discover the first examples with Hy-Kers for the development of the new LaFerrari, one model used to test the engine of the Enzo, the original Dual Frame project based on the F50′s mechanic and some other extremely interesting examples.

In the same hall some other Ferraris, which worked as hard, such as the F355, the car that travelled around the world in 1997, and the protagonists from the tours in China, India and the Americas, can be found.

The exhibition runs until 2014 February 28th. The Museum is now open to the public between the hours of 9.30 and 19.00. From October 1st to 18.00.

Tickets can be booked online.