If you’ve ever dreamed of visiting the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese, but can’t afford the trip to Italy or the €13 entrance fee, here’s your chance.
No, the Italian supercar manufacturer isn’t giving out free vacation tickets. (You wish!) Instead, they’ve teamed up with Google Maps so you can visit the museum online. With Google Street View, anyone with a computer or device and a decent web connection can now take a virtual indoor tour of Automobili Lamborghini’s exclusive museum, free of charge.
Navigate through the 1,500 sq. meter 2-storey facility and experience 50 years of Lamborghini heritage, anywhere, anytime. The exotic collection includes classic and modern supercars, prototypes, limited editions, one-off models, and racing cars. Heck, you can even get a 360° view of what it’s like to sit behind the wheel of several exotic bulls on display by clicking on the model itself.
On the ground level, note-worthy pieces include the Miura S, the Countach prototype (chassis no. 001), the odd-looking LM 002 SUV, and the very first production model built by Ferruccio Lamborgini in 1964, the 350 GT.
The upper floor, on the other hand, is dedicated to design concepts, racing cars, and machines from the modern era. Here you’ll find the ’98 Diablo GT2 prototype, 40th Anniversary Miura Concept, Aventador, Sesto Elemento, and Reventón. They also managed to get their hands on a Gallardo from the Italian Polizia Stradale (Italian Highway Police). But my personal favorites were the Lamborghini-powered Formula 1 cars of Lola-Larousse from ’89 and the Minardi M. 191/L from the ’92 season.
The only missing piece from this virtual tour is the Lamborghini Factory Visit. But you’ll have to fly all the way to Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy to do that.
Begin your virtual tour of the Lamborghini Museum below or hit the link (for mobile): http://lam.bo/peeNT