The illustrious history of Ferrari is explored and celebrated in Under the Skin, a new exhibition at the Design Museum. The story starts more than 70 years ago, when Enzo Ferrari first came up with his dream machine in a post-Second World War Italy, and goes on to cover the design and manufacturing process, Ferrari’s famous clientele and the future of the brand. The exhibition features a number of cars, including the very first Ferrari and one of Michael Schumacher’s Formula One vehicles. There are also original hand-drawn sketches, design models and engines, rare photographs and films. See below for a sneak peek at Ferrari: Under the Skin, which is open now and runs until April 15, 2018. To book tickets, go here.
Gallery: Ferrari exhibition at the Design Museum
Under the Skin celebrates the past, present and future of the legendary sports car company