With its understated design in silver with grey interiors this 1998 456M GT was created with Ferrari’s “Carrozzeria Scaglietti” personalization program. This was the first time Ferrari introduced an “official” personalization program to clients, though it had always been in the company’s tradition to build cars to client’s specifications.
The 360 Barchetta “Agnelli” was a one-off in 2000 as a gift for Luca Cordero di Montezemolo from Gianni Agnelli on his wedding day. It in turn was a tribute to Agnelli’s own car from the 1950s, and was silver with light interiors.
This is a light blue 550 Barchetta Pininfarina, the front-engined V12 created as a limited edition of 448 in the year 2000 to celebrate 70 years of collaboration between Ferrari and Pininfarina.
This is a Enzo Ferrari (2002) in silver with red interiors, one of Ferrari’s great supercars, which was the expression of the latest Formula 1 technology and know-how.
The unforgettable F1 driven by legend Michael Schumacher in 2003. With the F2003-GA, Schumacher obtained 7 victories and drove the car to win both the Driver’s and the Constructor’s Championship.
The 2003 Challenge Stradale was created to embody the pure spirit of competition. Derived from the 360 Modena, its form was pure function, its purpose was pure performance. Also in its look it was pure Ferrari: red with an Italian flag racing livery.
The 612 Scaglietti is the result of an avant-garde design that continued the great Ferrari 2+2 tradition in fabulous style. Created by Pininfarina, the 612 Scaglietti was named in honor of Sergio Scaglietti, the legendary Modenese coachbuilder who bodied some of the most beautiful Ferraris of the 1950s and 60s.