Emilian sports cars

Emilia is the homeland of motor enthusiasts for its density of top companies on a global level.

Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini, Pagani, de Tomaso, Stanguellini: all names that supercar enthusiasts know well and have made this area their ideal destination. This itinerary offers the opportunity to learn more about the excellences of a region that still remains today a true "land of motors".

Between the Po and the Apennines, motors have found their chosen home, especially between the provinces of Modena and Bologna, where, within a few kilometres radius, the factories of many brands that turn the heads of enthusiasts from all over the world are located.

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History

Year by year, the dates and essential moments that have contributed to writing the Italian motor history.

From the creation of the first motors to the present day, Italian history has gone hand in hand with the technological development and the changes regarding design experienced by the motor, motorcycling and aeronautics industries. In the Motor Web Museum timeline, a year by year history develops of the passionate bond between the Italian Peninsula and the motors and production and industrial excellences it has generated. A unanimous and fascinating history, involving all the realities connected to the "National Network of Motor Cities".

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National Network of Motor Cities project

The National Network of Motor Cities was created to offer an innovative tourist experience to Italian motoring culture enthusiasts. The project aims at promoting Italy as the cradle of absolute excellence, recognised worldwide for technology, design and personalities and as protagonist of the technical and aesthetic development of one of the revolutionary cornerstones of the Twentieth century as the production of cars, motorcycles and more generally, motorised vehicles.