Modena Motor Gallery 2020 - News [07.04.2020]
After the success achieved in the seventh edition with its 10,200 visitors despite a period of European-level market stagnation and a more ‘cautious’ attitude on the part of buyers, Modena Motor Gallery once more stands out as ‘the parlour of vintage motor racing’, with a particular look towards the future.
The high quality of the cars on display and the quality of the exhibitions held make the event one of the most important in Italy.
Alongside the commercial space, there will be exhibitions of the highest level. Here is a sneak preview:
- ALFA ROMEO SHOW – 110 years of history
- THE CARS OF THE FUTURE: second edition
- THE VINTAGE CARS OF CELEBRITIES
Visitors give a thumbs-up to Modena Motor Gallery [23.09.2019]
A great achievement for the seventh edition of Modena Motor Gallery may be registered after having issued over 11,000 entrance tickets, thus an increase in the number of visitors on last year.
This success goes hand in hand with the ongoing growth of the ‘parlour of classic motoring’, founded seven years ago on the basis of the fortuitous intuition of Mauro Battaglia, AD of Vision Up, and which year after year has become an ever more polished and elegant event, in which visitors may immerse themselves in their passion for classic cars.
Modena Motor Gallery 2019: a lots of news! [01.08.2019]
The organisational machine behind Modena Motor Gallery is already in motion, preparing the seventh edition of what has been defined as the ‘parlour of classic motoring’: starting from the display dedicated to De Tomaso vehicles: five unique models featured at the entrance of the Central Hall in the Modena Trade Fair space will trace the history and production of the motoring house founded right here in Modena by the Italo-Argentine racing driver Alejandro De Tomaso sixty years ago, whose vehicles also include the F1 single-seater used by the Frank Williams team in 1970.
Alongside the ‘De Tomaso in Galleria’ show, there will also be the ‘Futura’ exhibition, with projects and prototypes of numerous cars and motorbikes: a gaze on the creativity and design applied to the vehicles of the future. Among the brands on show: Dallara, Ducati, Maserati and the Covini C6W, a futuristic six-wheeler car.
Of particular interest there will also be the display titled ‘1950-1990 – 40 anni di stile italiano tra le due e le quattro ruote’ (‘40 years of Italian style on two and four wheels’): a show staged in collaboration with ACI Storico and the Circolo della Biella – one of the most prestigious Italian clubs of collectors and motoring fans – which aims to trace some forty years of major transformations in motoring design in Italy.
Modena Motor Gallery at Retro Classics [25.03.2018]
Also this year, Modena Motor Gallery was on show at Retro Classics in Stuttgart, inside the “Passione Italiana” Pavilion, which saw an increase in visitors compared to 2017 of 24%. An Italian Pavilion of 10,500 m2 which – as well as the Italian and foreign cars presented by Italian dealers – featured the best of high-quality Italian craftsmanship, from food to wines, typical produce and fashion accessories etc.