If you didn’t know, this year marks the 70th anniversary of the Prancing Horse, so naturally Ferrari has come up with something rather special to celebrate the occasion. To celebrate 70 years of existence, Ferrari have made 70 special edition liveries, one for each year of the Italian manufacturer’s existence.
Crafted by Ferrari’s in-house Tailor Made program, alongside designers from Centro Stile, the 70th anniversary collection takes inspiration from 70 of the Prancing Horse’s most iconic vehicle down the ages, reinterpreting the standout features on each with a modern twist.
Each year has been given a makeover with every reimaged Ferrari blending the past with the future to create the icons of tomorrow. There’s a load of different looks across the years with the likes of the La Ferrari, the F12, the 488 and the GTC Lusso all receiving a makeover.
A couple of our favourites from the collection include the ‘Green Jewel’, a beautiful racing horse inspired by the 1965 365 P2 which won the Kyalami 9 Hours in 1965 and 1966, as well as the prestigious Trophée d’Auvergne at Clermont-Ferrand in 1966; and the ‘Celebration Ferrari’, a Cuderia Spider 16M built in 2008 to commemorate Ferrari’s 16th F1 Constructor’s title.
All 70 special edition cars in the collection are distinguished by the exclusive commemorative logo of the 70th anniversary, along with an ID plate with the name of the model that inspired it.
Check out the whole Ferrari 70th Anniversary Special Edition Liveries collection over at the Ferrari Website where you can read up on the inspiration and the history behind each model.