Bremen Classic Motorshow 2015: Italian Classiness
Anyone who has been to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has already seen it: the Cisitalia designed by Battista “Pinin” Farina. With its smooth curves, its simple elegance and the gentle slope of the fastback this style icon of modern car design is even after nearly 70 years still a delight to enthusiasts with a sense of design. The car we are talking about is silver, not red like the one in far-away New York, but to make up it’s near at hand – in Bremen at the Bremen Classic Motorshow 2015 where this style-setting creation of the North Italian coachbuilder will be on show from 6 to 8 February 2015.
Classic car fans can not only look forward to the Cisitalia at the start of the 2015 season. Project Manager Frank Ruge has put together a complete show on the topic “Italian Classiness” to continue the previous years’ spectacular series of special topics. After the original and unrestored “untouched” pre-war models from “Collection Schlumpf”, the racing and rally cars from the “wild years” of the 70s and 80s, and the vehicles from the German economic miracle era the expert audience will in 2015 be presented with the artistic creativity of North Italian coachbuilders in the aftermath of the Second World War.