For the Ferrari 250, Zagato used his lightweight, aeronautic techniques which he first adopted when founding his coach building company in 1919. This meant the lightweight and purposeful bodywork on the 250 GTZ not only looked incredible, it helped Camillo Luglio become the Italian sports car champion twice over.
The first GTZ, chassis 0515GT, was completed in 1956 and set the basic shape for four more coupes. Each was intended for competition, and some even had stylish details that put them at the forefront of the Concours scene. As Ugo Zagato and his sons were open to suggestions from their clients, the GTZs varied in subtle details, and a few were made as lightweight as Zagato could go.
This is an Official Product and we are Official Supplier of Ferrari during the most important international car shows and World Premiere. MR Group is also making the models for Ferrari Contact Plan, the exclusive service that creates models in 1:43 scale with the same colors and features of the cars bought by Ferrari customers since serveral years. MR Group models are also sold in the Ferrari Store all over the world.