With an understated design, featuring a silver exterior and a grey interior, this 1998 456 M GT was created with Ferrari’s “Carrozzeria Scaglietti” personalisation programme. This was the first time Ferrari introduced an “official” personalisation programme to clients, though the company had traditionally built cars to client specifications.
The 360 Barchetta “Agnelli” was a one-off model, given to Luca Cordero di Montezemolo by Gianni Agnelli on his wedding day in 2000. It was a tribute to Agnelli’s own car from the 1950s, and was silver with light interiors.
This light blue, front-engine V12 550 Barchetta Pininfarina was created in 2000 as a limited edition of only 448 models produced to celebrate 70 years of collaboration between Ferrari and Pininfarina.
This Enzo Ferrari (2002) in silver with red interiors was one of Ferrari’s great supercars, and was the embodiment of the latest Formula 1 technology and expertise.
This unforgettable F1 car was driven by legend Michael Schumacher in 2003. Schumacher obtained 7 victories with the F2003-GA, winning both the Drivers’ and the Constructors’ Championship.
The 2003 Challenge Stradale was created to embody the pure spirit of competition. Derived from the 360 Modena, its form epitomised pure function, while its purpose was pure performance. In terms of looks, this model was unmistakably Ferrari: red with an Italian flag racing livery.
The 612 Scaglietti is the product of avant-garde design, continuing the great Ferrari 2+2 tradition in fabulous style. Created by Pininfarina, the 612 Scaglietti was named in honour of Sergio Scaglietti, the legendary Modenese coach-builder responsible for building some of the most beautiful Ferraris of the 1950s and 60s.