|As always, the 2018 edition of Ferrari Myth features a dazzling mix of
Ferraris built for the road and the track—from ultra-rare classics of the 1950s
and 1960s to the latest models from Maranello (A full list with details is
included below). The calendar’s extra-large format—more than two feet tall and
1.6 feet wide—means that each car is displayed on a scale that really does it
And for 2018 two exciting new dimensions have been added to Ferrari Myth. The new digital Ferrari Calendar app for smartphones and tablets takes owners online to view more images and even listen to the engine sounds. Finally, each calendar page includes a specially-prepared section that can be rubbed to release an original scent created for the calendar--one with hints of leather, gas and the race track.
With only 5,000 numbered copies issued each year, it’s no surprise that these official calendars have become prized collector’s items for the Ferrari faithful. Please note that the calendar is printed on heavy art-gloss stock and presented in a handsome Ferrari gift box that can serve as safe, protective storage in the years to come.
We are pleased to be the exclusive North American distributor of Günther Raupp’s calendars. In addition to the sample photographs seen above, we invite you to review the full twelve months of Ferraris at Günther Raupp’s Web site, www.raupp.com.
2018 Ferrari Myth Calendar—List of Cars By Month
January: 2016 F12tdf
The F12tdf pays homage to the 250 GT Berlinetta, which won four consecutive victories in the Tour de France race during the 1950s.
February: 1956 290 MM
Eugenio Castellotti battled heavy rain aboard this 290 MM on his way to victory at the 1956 Mille Miglia road race.
March: 2016 California T HS
Designed jointly by Ferrari and Pininfarina, the latest California T features a bi- turbo V8 engine that produces 560 horsepower as well as a retractable hard top roof.
April: 1962 400 Superamerica
Introduced in 1959, the Pininfarina-bodied 400 Superamerica was powered by a gigantic 4-liter, 12-cylinder engine.
May: 2015 488 Spider
With 670 horsepower on tap, the 488 Spider represents the latest chapter in Ferrari's passionate love affair with V8-powered cabriolets.
June: 1967 Dino 206 S
Fielded by the Swiss Scuderia Filipinetti team, this wonderful 206 S Dino competed at Sebring and Nurbürgring before an accident ended its original racing career.
July: 2016 488 Spider
As part of its 70th anniversary celebration, Ferrari produced a 488 Spider with tailor-made green livery that recalls British privateer David Piper's 1965 365 P2.
August: 1955 250 Europa GT
In 1953 the Europa GT became the first Ferrari road car to feature the 250 Colombo V12 engine. Most of these early cars were one-offs designed by Pininfarina.
September: 2016 GTC4Lusso
With four-wheel drive and more than 680 horsepower, the new GTC4Lusso offers the driver and three passengers a unique, unforgettable experience.
October: 2015 488 GTB
The 488 GTB's twin-turbo engine delivers 670 horsepower at 8,000 rpm—just the thing for a top speed of 330 km per hour.
November: 1967 275 GTB4
This 275 GTB4 is closely related to a famous predecessor, showing many similarities with the 250 GTO race car.
December: 2017 812 Superfast
With nearly 800 horsepower, the 812 Superfast is the most powerful high- performance GT car Ferrari has ever built.