Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari has opened a new €18 million ($22.2 million) Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena (Italy) earlier this year. It is dedicated to the motor racer, businessman and Ferrari founder Enzo Ferrari, who was born in Modena.
The futuristic 5,200 square meters museum has been designed by London-based architectural and design practices Future Systems and Shiro Studio, and fits alongside the house and factory built by Enzo Ferrari’s father in 1830.
The museum features a car bonnet-shaped aluminum roof in a yellow finish to symbolize the color of the city of Modena, which was chosen by Enzo Ferrari as the background for his racing team's "prancing horse" logo.
This past July 35,000+ visitors set the record attendance for the facility.