The Pininfarina Collection museum is located in Turin, Piedmont. This museum has a collection of fifty or more cars, with the oldest car being from 1936. Not all cars are on permanent display here, but most are with some rotational displays. Some of the cars are one offs built by the famous italian coachbuilder or examples from limited series, whereas some display cars are from bigger production runs or stylish models and research prototypes.
It was in 1920 that “Pinin” Farina founded CarrozzeriaPininFarina in Turin, designing to build special car bodies for customers or in small production runs. In 2009, at the 79th Geneva International Motor Show, Pininfarina presented their collection of the Ford Focus Coupe-Cabriolet, the Ferrari California and the Alfa Spider. Many can visit the museum on appointment and get to see the car displayed and know the history of this company, Pininfarina in Turin.
This is must see place for car enthusiasts and students of the italian love of aesthetics!