Automobili Lamborghini reopens its museum, presenting many new developments but importantly, also signaling a partial return to normality. Following its closure due to the Covid-19 emergency, the Lamborghini Museum of Technologies – MUDETEC – is reopening its doors today, Friday 10 July, to welcome tourists and enthusiasts of cars and Lamborghini.
The main attraction coinciding with the museum’s opening is the display of the new Sián Roadster. The open-top, hybrid super sports car can be seen exclusively inside the museum, until Sunday 12 July.
Visits to the museum are subject to specific provisions: the museum will be open daily (from 9.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.) and entry is by advance booking only, enabling safety regulations relating to social distancing and disinfection of museum spaces to ensure visitor safety.
The Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – renamed MUDETEC last April – has long been a pilgrimage site for Lamborghini enthusiasts and fans. Inside the museum, 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, creating new concepts and laying foundations for future technologies.