Since 1963, Lamborghini has been producing luxury supersports cars, innovative technology and futuristic lines that contribute to a Made in Italy design concept. An excellent component of Motor Valley based in Sant’Agata Bolognese, where the passion for engines is in the air.
The factory is where Lamborghini masterpieces are born in a combination of craftsmanship and technology, this is where iconic models such as the V12 Aventador come to life. Visit the Lamborghini factory and discover the production process of the interior of the cars and the skins, the chassis and the body, the engine, the gearbox, the suspensions and the brakes as well as the finished cars.
Opened on 9th June 2016, the new Lamborghini Museum retraces all the steps that have made the history of the brand with the bull logo. An exciting journey through historic cars, images and photographs that will guide you through the history of one of the largest Italian car companies.
A place that tells the story of the company with the Bull logo.
Lamborghini Racing Team has found the perfect synthesis between technique and power. At the Academy, students can learn to drive in extreme conditions, both on the track and on snow and ice. With courses planned all over the world, its supercars compete in international car championships such as the Lamborghini Super Trofeo and GT Customer Racing
Esperienza is the gateway into the world of Lamborghini.
A journey that starts from the Sant’Agata Bolognese factory with a visit to the museum, the prestigious boutique and production lines and continues on the racetrack in Imola, with the exciting activities at the wheel of the Accademia fleet followed by the Squadra Corse staff.
The Lamborghini Miura SV, the last evolution of the highly successful P400 project, was officially unveiled in March 1971, on the Carrozzeria Bertone stand at the Geneva Motor Show. On the same occasion, the Countach LP 500 was presented, defined as a concept car for future production.