The MUSEO FERRARI (aka GALLERIA FERRARI) is an amazing museum opened since 1990 in Maranello (MO), Italy, the city of the Italian Prancing Horse.
Located just 400 metres from the mythical Ferrari Factory, is an over 2500 square metres area where is exposed 365 days a year a collection of over 60 models which made the history of CAVALLINO RAMPANTE and of automotive world generally.

Including the latest supercars from actual production, the rarest classic cars ever made by Ferrari and the most successful race car in history from Formula 1, Formula 2 and FIA Challenge, the museum attracts over 200.000 annual visitors from each parts of world, making the Ferrari Gallery the most important Automobile Museum of the world, showpiece of an Italian Motor Valley which shows other icons like the LAMBORGHINI MUSEUM of Sant’Agata Bolognese, the MUSEO CASA FERRARI and the MUSEO PANINI in Modena or the PAGANI SHOWROOM in San Cesario sul Panaro.

For a price of only 15 € you can buy a ticket for motor’s heaven, having the possibility to admire permanent shows like the amazing VICTORY HALL where are exposed 25 F1 race cars drived by legend like Michael Schumacker, Fernando Alonso, Niki Lauda, Alain Prost, Gilles Villeneuve or Kimi Raikkonen, or the temporary exhibitions made to commemorate special events such as the launch of new models or race wins.

This is one of tens of videos recorded in Summer 2014, be sure to watch them all from the specific playlist, when there was an amazing exposure dedicated to the launch of the New Ferrari California T, with an epic collection of supercars born for the american market.
The CALIFORNIA DREAM SHOW is a display of amazing car of the past like the rare 246 Dino GTS or the 250 GT California, racing cars like the 2014 24h of LeMans’s winner Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 AF Corse and pure rarity like the Ferrari 360 Barchetta, the Collani Testa D’oro or the Ferrari Thomassima III (all cars of the ONE-OFF program).

In this video a stunning and rare black and grey Ferrari 612 Sessanta exposed in the museum giving me the possibility to film it in each detail like rims, engine, interior, the logo of the “Cavallino”.

The Ferrari 612 Scaglietti is an italian granturismo produced by the manufacturer of Maranello, Italy since 2004 to replace the Ferrari 456GT.

Unveiled for the first time at the 2003 Geneva Motor Show, the 612 Scaglietti is a two doof fastback coupe with 4-seat, the fastest of the world at its launch.
Its design was entirely made by Frank Stephenson for Pininfarina, already father of the Ferrari F430, of the Maserati MC12 and Quattroporte and of the McLaren MP4-12C and it was an homage to the Ferrari 375 MM of 1954.

The Ferrari 612 is Ferrari’s second all-aluminium vehicle, the first being the 360 Modena, and will be the basis of the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano. At last comes with a 6-speed manual trasmission or with the F1 Semi-automatic paddle shift system derived from the Formula 1 experience.

The Ferrari 612 Scaglietti mounts the same 5.7 V12 engine of the Ferrari 575M Maranello, powered and with a new copression ratio, which now develops 540 hp and 589 Nm of torque, enough for a 0-100 Km/h acceleration time of only 4,2 seconds with a final top speed of over 320 Km/h.

Its name derive from the italian CARROZZERIA SCAGLIETTI, historical partner of Ferrari since the ’50s, who produce the interior of the 612 in Modena.

In the 2006 was launched a limited edition version of 20 units exclusively for the Japanese marked, named Ferrari 612 Cornes 30th Anniversary Edition, to celebrate the 30th year of importation in Japan. This version includes HGTC package, BLU CORNES special body color and carbon fiber inserts.

At the same year NAIAS Auto Show the italian developer Italdesign Giugiaro presented a concept car based on the 612, named Ferrari GG50 for the 50th anniversary of Giorgetto Giugiaro automobiles.

In the 2007 was presented a limited edition of 60 units named Ferrari 612 Sessanta, made to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the company. It include new 19-inch forged aluminum wheels, black chrome exhaust, F1 trasmission, openable glass-roof a a two-tone paint (Gray+Black or Ruby red+black).

In the 2008 the main Ferrari customer Peter Kalikow commissioned a ONE-OFF based on the Scaglietti and named Ferrari 612 Kappa, using many technical details of the Ferrari Enzo and other exterior news.

The production of the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti ends in the 2011, when was replaced the Ferrari FF, with almost 2000 examples made and sold for a price of 280.000 €.

Complete walkaround with each detail like interior, wheels, engine, logo and lights.

RECORDED IN SUMMER 2014: September, 17th 2014

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