Lamborghini finishes the revamp process of its museum image

The Sant’Agata Bolognese opened last week the doors of the newly renovated Lamborghini Museum, located at the company’s headquarters near Bologna.

Initially opened in 2001, the Lamborghini Museum located in Sant’Agata Bolognes has been through an extensive revamping process and it has just been opened to the public with a totally new layout and displays that emphasize the automaker’s heritage, but also its future as. Visitors are now greeted by the sound of an Aventador and a Huracán roaring, for them to meet the first supercar created in Sant’Agata, the 1963 350 GT, and then on to the legendary Miura alongside its only roadster version. The Museum also has an area dedicated to technology that includes the most famous engines, as well as a history of the brand’s evolution through its models. Still on the ground floor, displayed side by side, there are the Urus concept and the LM002 forerunner. On the upper floor, enthusiasts can admire various models such as the current Aventador and going back to the front-engined classics such as the 400 GT.

The inauguration was held to coincide with the first stage of the Miura Tour, the owners’ rally celebrating the iconic super sports car’s 50th anniversary, in which twenty of the best surviving examples of Miura models, built between 1966 and 1972, took part in a 500 km journey through the Italian regions of Emilia, Liguria and Tuscany. The Lamborghini Museum, which is open to visitors from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Saturday, also gives visitors the opportunity to see current model assembly lines.