Lambos Visit Sant'Agata Bolognese


The final leg of the anniversary tour saw the 350-strong convoy visit Lamborghini’s birthplace.

Lamborghini's 50th anniversary tour ended this week, andone of the 350-strong parade’s final missions was to show its respects byvisiting Lambo’s headquarters and birthplace in Sant'Agata Bolognese. Supercarsnapper Shmee150 was on hand to film the conclusion to the spectacular event, whichsaw the unforgettable lineup of Raging Bulls drive from Milan through Rome,Orvieto and Arezzo before ending in Bologna. With 123, the Gallardo were the best represented model in the parade.

But there were also a decent number of Aventadors, Murcielagos, Diablos, Miuras, Countachs, Espadas, Urracos, 400 GTs, and a solitary LM 002. Arriving at the Lambo factory, the cars were greeted by spellbound spectators who cheered them on to the final stop of the tour.

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