70th Anniversary Ferraris on display in Geneva.
This March (2017), marks the 70th anniversary of one of Italy’s most prestigious sports car manufacturer, Ferrari. Within the past seven decades, Ferrari has gone from a leader in motorsports to having a full lineup of nine sports cars, available in dozens of countries. In 2017, the house that Enzo built, couldn’t be more successful.
If Mr. Ferrari were alive today, he would have the chance to see cars like the LaFerrari, next to his original V12 supercar, the 125 S. In memory of their past 70 years, Ferrari released new, limited edition liveries for all nine models in their 2017 lineup, in addition to the reveal of the all new 812 Superfast.
Ferrari pays homage to Enzo’s 1st sports car, for their 70th anniversary.
To make these cars truly distinctive, Ferrari has chosen 70 liveries from its historic back catalogue to be represented on these new models – with one example of each livery available on each of the five cars in the current mainstream Ferrari range. This makes every individual car unique, as no matter the livery there will only be one 488 GTB, one F12, one California T, and so on… Car Magazine – Uk
That’s some exciting news for Ferrari lovers across the universe, wouldn’t you say? Of course, not everyone will get their hands on one, as Ferrari will limit the number of special edition liveries per car. The good news for future Ferrari owners, is that they are offering bespoke services to the complete range of cars. Which means, we’re sure to see some uniquely kitted and styled Ferraris on the road and track. Not to mention a beast of a V12, in an all new package, known as the 812 superfast.
Here are a few 70th anniversary liveries from Ferrari:
Trust us when we say, we’d like to post every single 70th anniversary livery render and each photo of the 790 hp V12 Superfast from Geneva International Auto Show… but we’ll let you do some exploring on your own.
Do you have a livery that you like best? Share it in the comments below.
BONUS MATERIAL: Read more about the history of Ferrari over the past 70 years, HERE.
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