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Lamborghini Museum

Lamborghini Museum


Lamborghini likes to put its bets on the stand. It does so in a direct way, visible as a flash in the night. Approaching the building of the famous car factory of Sant’Agata Bolognese, it is striking the visibility that the Emilian company wanted to give to its museum. It’s a bit like you want to gently “oblige” the visitor (or the possible buyer of the last model) to a visit before savoring the latest creations of the House.

To speak for Ferruccio are his creations. The excellent technical/human link between the sanguineo founder of Lamborghini and the “Lambo” of every era is also Valentino Balboni (mythical test pilot of the House), already “told” by “La Manovella” in the September 2011 issue.

Visited in his company, the museum loses its usual physical dimensions. You enter the Lamborghini world, made of power, speed and healthy Emilian grit. The first car on display is a 350 GT, the result of the challenge launched by Ferruccio Lamborghini to Enzo Ferrari.

After these two creations the company begins to choose names of bulls for the cars.

A space of honor in the museum is reserved for a beautiful gold Miura.

Walking through the museum you will find other milestones in the history of Lamborghini, such as the Jarama (2nd) and the 4-seater Espada. To get back to breathing the air of the “two dry seats” you need to talk about the Urraco, the first Lamborghini car with 8-cylinder engine.

The Lamborghini’s “recent” history includes models such as the LM002, Countach and Diablo. However, the emotions of rear-wheel drive can still be “tasted” by customers. It should be remembered that the Lamborghini has introduced a non-four-wheel-drive model to the list: it is the Gallardo LP 550-2 (in the coupe and spyder versions). Favourites for oversteer customers.