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The Lamborghini Museum

The Lamborghini Museum retraces the entire history of the House of the Raging Bull down the smallest details, from the 350 GT - the first model built by Ferruccio Lamborghini in 1964 - to the Aventador Roadster in 2013, which is hung enchantingly on the wall.

The museum contains various models of the Miura designed by Marcello Gandini, an undisputed icon in the automotive world: the series S with its unmistakable “eyelashes”, the succeeding SV model with its V12 engine boosted to 385 HP, and the one-of-a-kind Miura Concept concept car created to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the car.

Accompanying the Espada, one of the few 4-seaters produced by Lamborghini, is the Jarama that stands out for its painstaking aerodynamic design and characteristic “eyelids” on the headlamps. The years of the oil crisis are narrated by fascinating, yet less powerful models with V8 engines, such as the Urraco and the Jalpa, with Ferruccio Lamborghini’s signed autograph on the dashboard.

The historical time frame of the legendary Countach - the first Lamborghini to break the 300 Kmh barrier - is represented by a bright green prototype with chassis no. 001 and by the 25th anniversary version equipped with new front spoilers and modified air intakes. Among the “classic” cars, it’s impossible not to mention the 2001 Diablo 6.0 Special Edition in its unmistakable gold color, the super-equipped Gallardo used by the Italian Highway Patrol and the Lamborghini LM 002, an off-road vehicle originally developed for military use.

Fans of the Raging Bull are delighted by the large number of prototypes and exclusive models on exhibit: the P 147 in two versions designed by Gandini and Zagato, the Concept S, an avant-garde evolution of the Gallardo conceived by Luc Donckerwolke, the Sesto Elemento - light and powerful, because of its carbon fiber structure - the Reventón with its contoured silhouette, which was produced in a run of only twenty units, and the Egoista concept car with its futuristic mood. 

Also, the presence of Lamborghini in the world of motor racing is exemplified by a 1992 Lambo Formula 1 car and by the Diablo GT2, as well as by a section devoted to marine engines that won World Championships.