Modena’s Museo Enzo Ferrari Opens New “Ferrari One Of A Kind” Exhibition

A Glorious Celebration of the Exclusive World of Personalisation

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Modena’s Museo Enzo Ferrari Opens New “Ferrari One Of A Kind” Exhibition; A Glorious Celebration of the Exclusive World of Personalisation

20 February 2024

Maranello, 20 February 2024 – On 18 February 2024, the new “Ferrari One of a Kind” exhibition at the Museo Enzo Ferrari in Modena was officially inaugurated. The display celebrates the craftsmanship behind each unique masterpiece that emerges from the Ferrari factory gates thanks to the exclusive personalisation programme offered by the company’s three Tailor Made centres in Maranello, New York and Shanghai. Now open to the public, the exhibition reveals the exclusivity of these one-of-a-kind cars, each expressing the personality, taste and desires of individual Ferrari owners.

Such uniqueness has been intrinsic to Ferrari’s production from the very beginning. The earliest GT racing cars were examples of bespoke manufacture, when gentleman racers would select the coachbuilder of their choice to shape their cars’ bodies. With the first production road cars, Ferrari’s pioneering approach enabled clients to specify colours, materials, fit and finish to create cars custom made to their tastes. That remains true to this day, with the company offering a wide range of personalisation programmes. These start with the Atelier service, which gives clients the opportunity to choose from a wide range of options, while the Tailor Made programme gives the client even greater choice, with innovative materials and highly individual solutions. Finally, there are the bespoke special builds, which elevate the concept of personalisation to new heights, creating true one-offs in every detail.

“Ferrari One Of a Kind” takes visitors on a unique journey. Not only does it showcase some extraordinary cars, many of which have never been seen by the public before, but it also offers an immersive introduction to the personalisation programmes enjoyed exclusively by Ferrari clients. At the very heart of the exhibition is an interactive wall that allows visitors physical contact with the materials, fabrics, colours and vast array of options provided by the Ferrari Styling Centre, enabling clients to effortlessly create their dream car.

Many private one-off cars are on display, such as:

  • Ferrari 812 Competizione Tailor Made. This unique vehicle (which features on the exhibition poster) is an embodiment of the clean-slate approach taken by Ferrari’s Chief Design Officer, Flavio Manzoni. The car on display was the first in a limited edition special series of just 999 examples, and was auctioned at a Ferrari benefit gala in New York on 17 October 2023.
  • Ferrari 166 MM. This extraordinarily elegant car is one of the forerunners of Ferrari’s personalised road cars. Built in 1948 and bodied by Carrozzeria Touring, every last detail has been beautifully crafted to reflect the taste of its owner, Gianni Agnelli. The unusual dual-tone blue and green paintwork recalls the family’s connections with the Italian royal house, Casa Savoia.
  • Ferrari Monza SP1. Built in 2018, this is the first example of the Icona limited-edition special series inspired by the great Ferraris of the past. Icona reinterprets classic timeless style with a modern aesthetic, adding contemporary high performance, high-tech elements in perfect harmony. Shown here in an original gold livery, with the same colour featuring on the wheels and interior trim, it also features a transverse stripe typical of some 1950s and ’60s racing cars.
  • Ferrari Daytona SP3 Carbon Look. This, the second model in the Icona limited-series line, pays homage to the sports-prototypes that made motorsport history. This example is finished in an extraordinary, natural-finish ruby red transitional carbon-fibre which gives exceptional chromatic reflections depending on the light.

Visitors can also enjoy an interactive area with a special car configurator that they can use to envision and then design the Ferrari car of their dreams.
The exhibits will be updated regularly throughout 2024 to ensure that visitors get to experience the largest number of one-of-a-kind cars possible.
The Ferrari Museums’ popularity with Prancing Horse fans and tifosi continues to grow exponentially. 2023 was an all-time record year for the Modena and Maranello Museums, with over 740,000 annual visitors.
In line with tradition, the “One of a Kind” exhibition at the Museo Enzo Ferrari in Modena opened its doors to the public on 18 February in celebration of Enzo Ferrari’s birthday, and will run until 17 February 2025.

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