Cavallinos to star at Maranello

| 12 Oct 2012

Ferraris designed by Pininfarina covering more than 60 years will go on display at Museo Ferrari from 27 October - 7 January.

The exhibition will fill three halls and celebrate both the man and the cars his company designed.

It will include machines such as a 250LM, the last Ferrari to win the Le Mans 24 Hours; a 250GT SWB, in which Sir Stirling Moss won the Tourist Trophy at Goodwood; and Pininfarina’s experimental 1960s Formula 1 car - the Sigma.

Also on show will be the design studio’s concept cars including the Modulo, the P6 and the Pinin, plus a selection of 11 road cars.

A previously unseen video interview in which Pininfarina talks about his relationship with Enzo Ferrari and Luca di Montezemolo, will also be aired.

To find out more visit the museum’s website.