The National Automobile Museum was set up in 1932, based on the idea of two pioneers of Italian motoring, Cesare Goria Gatti and Roberto Biscaretti di Ruffia .
The futuristic refurb, completed in 2011, has helped to reposition the museum within the Italian cultural sector.
The spectacularly contextualised layout created by Francois Confino is accompanied by multimedia systems with touch screen devices, original themed displays, great installations and multi-projections put together specially to engage new generations of visitors with the use of state of the art technologies. The vast heritage of data, historical details, pictures from the archives, technical datasheets on the vehicles and bodywork specialists can be consulted during the visit on multimedia totems and from visitors’ own smartphones, using the Museum’s app.
The MAUTO perfectly represents the excellence of the City of Turin, a place of conservation and memory, prestigious and unique in its kind.
The National Automobile Museum boasts a collection of over 200 models of the highest quality and historical value, from various countries including Italy, obviously, but also France, Great Britain, Germany, Poland, the Netherlands, Spain and the United States.
VISITING THE MUSEUM TOGETHER WITH COOPCULTURE
The teaching function is a part of the wider project of maximising the value of the Automobile Museum
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