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Lamborghini Museum

Sant'Agata Bolognese BO, Italy
Inaugurated in 2001, the Lamborghini Museum reviews all the important milestones reached by the House of the Raging Bull, with a foray into the past that has a strong emotional impact on fans of luxury super sports cars. The Murciélago was the first masterpiece displayed in this inspiring location in Italy’s Motor Valley. At its side gallops a broad collection that includes the Miura S and its iconic “eyelashes”, the 350 GT, the Countach S, the Jalpa, the Espada, the Sesto Elemento, the Reventón and the other exclusive supercars that have turned the Raging Bull into a legend. Engines, models and photos help provide visitors with a complete overview of the history of this automotive saga, which is continuing in the slipstream of Ferruccio Lamborghini’s first visionary idea.

Here's a look at some of the Lamborghinis on display.

Reventón (2007) Inspired by the F22 Raptor jet fighter.

Sesto Elemento (2011)

The 350 GT (1964 - 1966), the first Lamborghini to enter production.

400 GT 2+2 (1966 - 1968).

Miura P 400 S (1969 - 1971) Designed by Marcello Gandini.

Countach LP 400 (1974 - 1978) named after a regional exclamation of astonishment — with Alan Souza at Museo Lamborghini.

LM 002 (1986 - 1992).

Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster (2013 - present) Wall display.

Diablo Concept.

Diablo GT2 (1998) Only two were built of this prototype car.

Murcielago (2001 - 2010).

Gallardo – Polizia Stradale (2004) Donated to the Italian Traffic Police, only two were ever made. Outfitted with (among other things) a defibrillator and special container for transporting plasma and human organs.

Photos: Hot Wheels RLC

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