Ferrari Concept Takes First Ride on Public Roads

Ferrari 512S Modulo Concept Car Or, XL Doorstop?!

8/15/2018 9:44 AM PDT
Ferrari Concept Takes First Ride on Public Roads

How’s THIS for a concept car?!?

The one-of-a-kind Ferrari 512S Modulo hit the road Tuesday for its first ever ride on public pavement … nearly 50 years AFTER it was introduced. 

The driver is Ferrari megafan Jim Glickenhaus. He calls it the ‘Mona Lisa’ of sports cars and believes it has a future in art museums.

The 512S Modulo debuted in 1970 as a concept car from Italian car design company Pininfarina … after it was passed on to them by Enzo Ferrari. Pininfarina sold it to Glickenhaus in 2014 and he’s been prepping it for this moment ever since.  

The two-seater has a V12 engine … but there’s no power steering. 

If you’re heading to Pebble Beach for this week’s U.S. Amateur Championship … look for the whip on the lawn in the Ferrari section.

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