At this year’s Paris Motor Show Ferrari is stealing the show with the announcement of a series of special editions based on their current model line ahead of their 70th anniversary celebrations next year.

The Ferrari 488 GTB ‘The Schumacher’ livery is based on, the name says it all, the F2003-GA single-seater racecar claiming victory in both the F1 drivers’ and constructors’ World Championships in 2003. During that season, Micheal Schumacher put no less than six GP victories to his name.

The initiative to introduce 70 different individual liveries created by the Ferrari Tailor Made atelier will be limited to a total of 350 cars. All are inspired by iconic models from the Italian brand’s history and Ferrari is showing off some of their best examples in Paris this week. Besides the 488 GTB Schumacher edition, the California T Steve McQueen edition, F12 Berlinetta ‘Stirling’ edition and 488 Spyder ‘the green jewel’ edition are on display.

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[Photos by David Kaiser]

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