The automotive industry will celebrate its greatest all-time achievers in Geneva later this month.
The European Automotive Hall of Fame will be dedicated and the Hall's 13 original members will be inducted at the Palexpo in Geneva on Wednesday, February 28.
It will be an extraordinary night - on the eve of the opening of the annual Geneva auto show.
Piero Ferrari will be there to honor his father Enzo Ferrari, one of the charter members to be inducted.
Hans-Joachim Hoffman-Daimler and Jutta Benz will represent their grandfathers, Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz.
Annette Diesel will come, too.
Bernd Pischetsrieder will be there on behalf of his great-uncle, Alec Issigonis, creator of the Mini.
Michael Quinn will represent his grandfather, William Lyons, the man who built Jaguar. Ettore Bugatti's granddaughter and Andre Citroen's descendents will be present. Louis Renault's granddaughter will be there.
And the guests of honor, the two living members of the European Hall of Fame - Giovanni Agnelli and Giorgetto Giugiaro - will be at the Palexpo on February 28.
Ex-Volkswagen Chairman Carl Hahn and Sergio Pininfarina will be masters of ceremonies.
Several top executives from throughout the European industry will be on hand - from Bosch Chairman Herman Scholl to Fiat SpA CEO Paolo Cantarella.
It is a night they'll talk about in 100 years - the night of the European Automotive Hall of Fame.
For information on how to attend, see Page 24.