200 Raging Bulls hit the iconic circuit to spread the word about men's health.
Lamborghini's are fast, loud, and, as it turns out, excellent at raising awareness around important issues.
Last weekend, 200 Raging Bulls descended upon Silverstone Circuit in the United Kingdom to support Movember, a global charity that focuses on men's health and wellness. The vehicles, ranging from Urus SUVs to Huracan and Aventador supercars, brandished mustaches just as impressive as the facial hair grown out by their drivers.
"The men and women joining at the event at Silverstone, as well as so many others participating in bull run events around the world, are united in leveraging the colors, sights, and sound of Lamborghini cars to create visibility and start the kind of conversations that can help save lives," said Lamborghini CEO, Stephan Winkelmann.
Lambos of all shapes and sizes met at dealerships across the country before the fiery Italians converged on the infamous racetrack. Aside from the CEO, several Lamborghini heavyweights were in attendance, along with Movember co-founder Justin Coghlan.
Participating Lamborghini drivers donated to this good cause, but that's not the only reason for this eye-catching display of horsepower and Italian style. The extroverted convoy is intended to stir up interest, and that's precisely what Movember wants. The foundation sheds light on important issues like suicide prevention, mental health, and prostate and testicular cancer.
Across 100 dealers and 1,555 cars worldwide, the automaker raised more than €330,000 (roughly $346,000) for Movember during November 2022.
The automotive industry is no stranger to lending a helping hand. BMW, for example, commissioned Jeff Koons to design a handful of special BMW 8 Series Gran Coupes. The final vehicle recently raised $475,000 at auction, with every penny heading to an organization that fights against child trafficking.
In a moving gesture, Barrett-Jackson - known for hosting charity auctions - recently donated the proceeds from a 2022 Ford Shelby GT500 Heritage Edition sale to Hurricane Ian victims. The car, donated by private individuals, raised an incredible $1,000,938. Every cent was funneled into benefit relief efforts for those affected by the tragic natural disaster.