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Ferrari exhibits its history at the London Design Museum

Ferrari exhibits its beauties at the London Design Museum

El London Design Museum pays tribute to the car brand Ferrari on its 70th anniversary with a show full of sketches, engines and its most iconic cars. The exhibition, called "Ferrari: Under the Skin“, Will be active until April 2018.

The sample is exhibited in six rooms in which a dozen vehicles stand out, in addition to some XNUMXth century bodies and chassis. It is a chronological journey that takes the visitor through the history of Ferrari, which does not begin with its own birth, but with the impetus of its creator, Enzo Ferrari, for creating his own car brand.

At the beginning of the journey there is a compilation of relics of the founder, when the Prancing Horse brand was not yet known, such as letters and personal notes, technical books on mathematics and mechanics, legal certificates, correspondence and even watches.

This part is preceded by a room that houses a replica of the first Ferrari car, the 125 S, built in 1947, which already had a 12-cylinder engine despite being a small car.

After learning about the personal history of the creator of the Italian firm, the visitor enters the largest room in the show, where he delves into the design of vehicles: from its expression on paper - later on screen -, to chassis and body construction.

In this kind of engine room, the design system that the brand has used to create its full-scale models is exposed, represented with a car in the center of the room, half wood half metal.

Appealing to the idea of ​​excellence that Ferrari has always sought, the exhibition contains several parts from different engines, built with the utmost precision to give the vehicle the best performance and fit into its architecture.

Ferrari exhibits its beauties at the London Design Museum

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It also reveals how the brand deals with aerodynamics with the exhibition of diagrams where you can see how the wind flows and with what force it does so on the different parts of the vehicles, something that Ferrari included as an integral part of the design in the decade of 1960.

Once the complete process of building the vehicle has been internalized, the visitor can see cars like the first Ferrari to win the 24 hours of Le Mans, at the hands of Luigi Chinetti.

He too 250 GT Cabriolet (1957), the car that belonged to the British driver Peter Collins, and that he used as a personal vehicle.

The exhibition brings together super sports cars, all produced when Enzo Ferrari was alive, and others from competition, the most recent being the replica of Formula 1 with which Michael Schumacher he won the World Cup in 2000.

The exhibition ends with the LaFerrari Aperta, the most recent car of the firm, which has a hybrid engine that incorporates the KERS technology of the F.1 to give it more power.

The tribute to the brand, which sells around 8.000 cars a year, has been organized in collaboration with the Ferrari Museum in Maranello (Italy).



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