From the Miura in 'The Italian Job' to the Murcielago in 'The Dark Knight' all under one roof.
Nowhere else in the world are there this many famous Lamborghinis under one roof. Welcome to the latest exhibit at the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese. It’s called “Film Emotions – Lamborghini and the World of Cinema” and it features the most famous Lamborghinis of Hollywood. Starting now through October 31 these special Lamborghinis will be displayed for the world to enjoy. At the museum’s entrance sits the silver Aventador featured in “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Bruce Wayne’s Murcielago from “The Dark Knight” is also on hand. Batman isn’t the only superhero with a thing for Lamborghinis as the Huracan coupe driven by Dr. Stephen Strange in “Doctor Strange” is there as well. Going even further back in time is the Miura P400 from the original “The Italian Job” released in 1969. Other famous Lambos include the green Countach from 1981’s “The Cannonball Run,” the Jalpa driven by Sylvester Stallone in “Rocky IV,” the LM002 from “Fast & Furious 4,” and the 350 GT from 2011’s “Bar Sport.” On the motorsport side of things, a Gallardo Super Trofeo from the Italian language film “Italian Race” is on hand.
A Centenario and Sesto Elemento are also part of the exhibit where visitors can partake in an interactive digital quiz and test their film knowledge by answering questions like: In which two films were those cars the protagonists? If you've yet to make summer plans, consider going to Italy. Guarantee you won’t regret it.