Nothing but pasta could possibly be more representative of Italian sumptuousness than Ferrari, the sexy luxury race car brand that made its debut in 1947 with the 125S, produced in Maranello, Italy and bearing the Ferrari trademark.
Maranello, near the city of Modena, has been Ferrari's home from the firm's inception, and the main museum dedicated to the firm's famous fast cars, as well as its assembly line and various factories are all situated there.
The Ferrari museum, opened just more than a year after Enzo Ferrari's death in 1990, gets over 200,000 visitors a year from all corners of the globe, who come to ogle and drool over their favorite models --from the Ferrari 125S and 166 Inter all the way up to the Ferrari FF-- at close range. Check it out in the following video:
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