100 years after Maserati started making car lovers around the world dream about car perfection, an exhibit was launched at Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, Italy, to celebrate the italian luxury car manufacturer centennial.
Fans and consumers of luxury cars and racing will be able to see the most important road and racing cars from the brand, until January 2015.
“Maserati 100- A Century of Pure Italian Luxury Sports Cars” will be on display with 21 permanent Maseratis. However, there will be 30 others which will travel between the exhibit and other celebrations of the centennial worldwide.
These cars represent the best models in terms of engineering and significance in the brand’s racing history. The Tipo 26, in exhibition, was the first car to have the Maserati trident. As for the Maserati 250F, it was the winner of the Formula 1 World Championship in 1954 and 1957.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to see a 19-projector show about the most significant events in the brand’s racing and road car history.
The exhibit was inaugurated by the sons of the Maserati brothers and the CEO of the brand. The guest of honor was, however, Sir Stirling Moss, a 1950s Maserati racing driver. The british racer is one of the Formula 1 all time icons.