During the Modena Motor Gallery on the 23th and 24th of September, CineCars presents the exclusive premiere of Nato sotto il segno del Toro, on the life and work of Ferruccio Lamborghini.

Modena, heart of the Emilia-Romagna, cradle of the Italian automotive industry. Sandwiched between the Po River and the Apennine Mountains, this North-Italian region is the home of everything car- and motorsports related. Modena, Capitale dei Motori, the Motor Capital of Italy, a nickname it didn’t steal. In the weekend of 23 and 24 of September the ModenaFiere, the local expo, hosts the largest classic car manifestation in the country, the Modena Motor Gallery. The Club ACI Storico, the classic car department of Italy’s largest motorist organisation, is the main partner of the event. It’s this important organisation that invited CineCars to be present at the Modena Motor Gallery with the exclusive premiere of Nato sotto il segno del Toro. Thanks to VitadiStile.com, our Italian counterpart, CineCars is able to show the audience our latest work.

As said, the ACI is the foremost important motorist organisation in Italy and therefore the mouthpiece of the Italian road user. The Club ACI Storico in particular is the representative of the rolling heritage. With over 4 million cars older than 20 years on the Italian roads, the ‘Storico’ steps up for a serious classification of the classic car. Cars over 40 years old are automatically classified as historical, the so called youngtimers, cars between 20 and 40 years old, the ‘Storico’ has a steadily growing list of models and types that are eligible for this highly desired status. ‘While not every old car automatically is a classic car’, as they like to put it themselves. Classic car enthousiasts and -clubs register with the Club ACI Storica to ensure the preservation of their beloved classic as much as possible. In this way marching together in their battle for the rights of the classic motorcar.

CineCars is deeply honoured to present its new film Nato sotto il segno del Toro under the wings of this important organisation. To present a documentary on one of the most controversial Italian car manufacturers right here in the middle of the Italian motor valley. In the documentary Tonino Lamborghini and his son Ferruccio relate on the passion of their father and grandfather. On his ever persistent quest for the best, the most beautiful application of the latest techniques. With the Museo Ferruccio Lamborghini in the background, they know that the passion for beauty never got in the way of Lamborghini’s engineering progress. That the love for lascivious designed GT cars never did cast a shadow on the passion for engineering. In only nineteen minutes ‘Nato sotto il segno del Toro‘ brings you the intriguing story of a passionate man, who brought us an ever present urge to create, without which the world would have been a far less beautiful place.

And there is more! During the Modena Motor Gallery the CineCars crew will reveal their latest project. Promising, profound and against all conventions. 100% CineCars! Stay tuned!

Marc GF Zaan