Galleria Ferrari Kicks-Off ‘Non Solo Rosse’ Exhibition
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The exhibit begins with the 1947 Ferrari 125 S and the F2008, followed by the very first Rosso Granata of the 1950s and passes through the decades until it reaches the newest metallic variation sported by the F2007, via the other shades of red, namely the Rosso Cherry, Corsa, Cina, Cordoba, Dino and Rubino.
However, just like the exhibition title suggests, there are other colors in the Ferrari world, so visitors can also feast their eyes with an unique FXX in Blu Tour de France with Bianco Evo details, the 1959 400 Superamerica in Argento Luna (a one-off built for Gianni Agnelli), and the brand-new Ferrari 458 Italia in a three-layer Giallo Modena livery.
Also on display are test pieces by the Chinese artist Lu Hao, who recently created a one-off version of the 599 GTB Fiorano China Limited Edition that we told you about in a previous report. Furthermore, the colors tests that led to the creation of Ferrari’s Oro paint used on a Pininfarina one-off car which was featured in one of three episodes in the Federico Fellini’s film Spirits of the Dead, and the Enzo Naso painting depicting the car used in the film are also showcased.
The exhibition, which will be open until April 30, 2010, will also take visitors through the various interior leather and contrasting stitching colors and also offers detailed information on the painting processes used at Maranello.
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