This area is dedicated to design, concepts, exotic and racing cars. We have, among others, a full-scale Miura Concept, built as a one-off car in 2006 to celebrate Miura's 40th anniversary, and the extreme Concept S, which was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 2005. Next to this are some older prototypes, such as two proposals by Gandini and Zagato for the Diablo’s successor (internally code-named P 147).
On this floor one will find special versions of production cars, such as the very last Countach to be built in the 25th Anniversary Countach; also on display, some of the most significant Diablos, from the 1998 GT2 prototype to the latest Diablo 6.0 SE (2001), in its unique gold color.
Center stage on the same floor is dedicated to the astonishing Reventón (of which only 20 were built), a star among stars, with its particular edge-shaped body, similar to a jet fighter, in mid grey/green matt color.
And you will also find the world’s fastest police car: the Gallardo of the Italian Polizia Stradale, equipped with high-tech devices, such as satellite navigation system with micro-telephone, the Provida system for registering violations and transmitting live images (thanks to a direct link to the Police data base), and the Elsag “car detector” (a vehicle registration recognition database system).
There is also an area dedicated to the marine engines, testimony of the power of the “Toro” (Bull) both in the road and in the water; they are proud winners of several World Championships.
Some samples of the F1 cars equipped by Lamborghini Engineering are lined up too: the first Lola-Larousse (1989) and the Minardi M. 191/L (1992), with a Lamborghini heart which was the last to be produced with the logo of the Raging Bull.
And the Murcièlago attached to the far-side wall is always the hot spot for dramatic and memorable photos for you to keep!
Please note that the museum display may be changed without prior notice.