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Ferrari Unveils All 70th Anniversary Models

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To celebrate 70 years of Ferrari, the Italian brand is doing something remarkably special: creating 70 special edition cars, each paying an homage to the brand’s history.

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From the website detailing the models: “Seventy exclusive liveries, each created just the once for every car in the current range, blend the past with the future to create the icons of tomorrow. The inspiration comes from extraordinary models such as the 375 MM Pinin Farina Berlinetta that Roberto Rossellini ordered for Ingrid Bergman. This car was so unique and elegant as to give its name to the colour the Director picked for its exterior, “Grigio Ingrid”.”

Each of these cars come with a special 70th-anniversary commemorative logo, as well as an ID plate that provides the name of the model that inspired the design of each car. Below are just a few of the models they have created, along with their respective descriptions. You can view all of the cars by clicking here.

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1947 – 1956

The Fangio

"The 290 MM was built for Argentinian race legend Juan Manuel Fangio to be driven at the 1956 Mille Miglia, a thrilling race that ended with four Ferraris taking the first four places. The car had a racing livery that incorporated the blue and yellow colors of the Argentinian flag."
“The 290 MM was built for Argentinian race legend Juan Manuel Fangio to be driven at the 1956 Mille Miglia, a thrilling race that ended with four Ferraris taking the first four places. The car had a racing livery that incorporated the blue and yellow colors of the Argentinian flag.”

1957-1966

The Surtees

"Racing legend John Surtees drove his F1 158 to victory, earning the title of World Champion in 1964. In fact, he competed in the USA and Mexico with this unusual livery as the cars were not entered by the Italian factory themselves, but by the US-based NART team. This was an act of protest concerning arguments between Ferrari and the Italian Racing Authorities regarding the homologation of a new mid-engine Ferrari race car."
“Racing legend John Surtees drove his F1 158 to victory, earning the title of World Champion in 1964. In fact, he competed in the USA and Mexico with this unusual livery as the cars were not entered by the Italian factory themselves, but by the US-based NART team. This was an act of protest concerning arguments between Ferrari and the Italian Racing Authorities regarding the homologation of a new mid-engine Ferrari race car.”

1967-1976

The Lauda

"This is the 1975 312 T that Niki Lauda drove to victory. Lauda won 4 out of 5 races mid-season before snatching the title at Monza by finishing third, whilst Clay Regazzoni’s win in that race secured Ferrari’s Constructors’ Championship. It has a red body, while its air scoop sports the Italian flag."
“This is the 1975 312 T that Niki Lauda drove to victory. Lauda won 4 out of 5 races mid-season before snatching the title at Monza by finishing third, whilst Clay Regazzoni’s win in that race secured Ferrari’s Constructors’ Championship. It has a red body, while its air scoop sports the Italian flag.”

1977-1996

The Magnum PI

"This is certainly one of television’s most infamous cars, the 308 GTS (1980), equipped with a transversely mid-mounted aluminum V8 engine, driven by Tom Selleck in his role as Magnum PI. It was unforgettable in Ferrari red with camel leather interiors. Ferraris were used throughout the history of the show, and the models included the 308 GTS, the 308 GTSi and the 308 GTS Quattrovalvole."
“This is certainly one of television’s most infamous cars, the 308 GTS (1980), equipped with a transversely mid-mounted aluminum V8 engine, driven by Tom Selleck in his role as Magnum PI. It was unforgettable in Ferrari red with camel leather interiors. The Ferrari 308 were used throughout the history of the show, and the models included the 308 GTS, the 308 GTSi and the 308 GTS Quattrovalvole.”

1997-2006

The Schumacher

"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 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.”

2007-2016

Plein Air Pleasure

"The 2010 SA Aperta, was a limited edition roadster created to celebrate the 80 years of collaboration between Ferrari and Pininfarina. Its bright blue exterior and black and blue interiors perfectly express the joys of open top driving and being at one with the sky."
“The 2010 SA Aperta, was a limited edition roadster created to celebrate the 80 years of collaboration between Ferrari and Pininfarina. Its bright blue exterior and black and blue interiors perfectly express the joys of open-top driving and being at one with the sky.”