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In honor of its rich heritage, Lamborghini continuously celebrates the abundance and success of its Italian roots around the world. And this year, at the Toronto International Film Festival, Lamborghini joined the Italian Trade Commission, Toronto (ITA) and ANICA, the Association of Italian film production, to create an Italian oasis at Mongrel Media’s TIFF outpost - “Italy at Mongrel House”.
The Italy at Mongrel House lounge experience, located in the heart of downtown Toronto, offered authentic Italian delicacies to festival goers, VIPs, cast members, producers and artists throughout the entire Toronto International Film Festival week.
In addition to celebrating Italy in Toronto, Lamborghini commemorated its newest flagship supercar model, the Aventador S. The impressive marque made a red carpet debut, showcasing its breathtaking style, cutting-edge design and dynamics, and proving to be the pinnacle of Italian engineering and ‘Made in Italy’ excellence.
The activation culminated with an all-Italian event, as the President of the Italian Film Commission, Stefania Ippoliti, and Matteo Picariello, Italian Trade Commissioner for Toronto, joined Lamborghini to honor their legacy.
“This week, we toast to Italian cinematography. Lamborghini is an Italian icon that proudly bares the ‘made in Italy’ badge of distinction. We are honored to be present at the Mongrel House alongside our partners at the Italian Trade Commission to celebrate the arts, film and Italian culture in the Toronto community,” said Alessandro Farmeschi, Chief Operating Officer, Automobili Lamborghini America.
Being immersed around iconic events like the Toronto International Film Festival is only the beginning of the excellence that Lamborghini showcases and celebrates every year.
If you wish to explore the legendary capabilities of the Aventador S for yourself, we invite you to contact your preferred Authorized Lamborghini Dealer to schedule a private drive experience.