Expect to see your favorite classics too.
Lamborghini fans rejoice! The Automobili Lamborghini Museum in Sant'Agata, Bolognese, Italy will be reopening its doors to the public with a brand new lineup of cars on display. This opening represents a partial return to normalcy after its closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic. According to Lamborghini, the main attraction at the reopening will be the new Sian Roadster, the brand's open-top, hybrid super sports car, which will go on display until 12 July. The museum is set to open its doors on Friday 10 July.
The museum has been a holy site for Lamborghini fans from across the globe, and the experience on offer is much more than just a few cars parked in a fancy building. "Visitors are taken on a journey through the history of the Lamborghini world from its beginnings to the present day, illustrated by a series of innovations and examples of excellence that have revolutionized not only Lamborghini but the entire automotive panorama," according to the carmaker.
The museum showcases some of Lamborghini's most iconic models while in the same breath showing off some of the latest technological advancements made by the Italian carmaker. Some of the highlights include the classic Miura, considered to be one of the first-ever supercars, the sexy Countach which was an 80s bedroom poster darling, as well as the brawny LM002, and even the exclusive Asterion.
The vehicles on display show off Lamborghini's advancements in the application of carbon fiber and Forged Composites, especially the advanced ALA active aerodynamics system, the innovative HMI user interface, and the predictive logic of the LDVI system.
The reopening of the museum coincides with new and exciting collaborations between Young Architects Competitions (YAC), a Bologna-based architecture academy that promotes international architectural design, and Automobili Lamborghini which will allow young students to work under the supervision of Giuseppe Zampieri, founder of the David Chipperfield Architects branch in Milan.
Other collaborations include display pieces from the Mudetec that will be showcased at the Cite de l'Automobile, the world's largest automobile museum, located in France, in Mulhouse, Alsace. This exhibition will be running from July 9, 2020 to January 10, 2021. The exhibition will have a special focus on Lamborghini for the first time in history and will highlight the uniqueness of Lamborghini cars.
"From the first visionary models to the latest and most innovative cars, the exhibition tells the story of Lamborghini and all the successes achieved through the years. In addition to the vehicles, a wealth of archive materials will also be on display."