Opening was timed to coincide with the first stage of the Miura Tour.

Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali has inaugurated the company's renovated museum at its headquarters in Sant’Agata Bolognese.

Originally opened in 2001, the museum has been completely revamped and now includes a new layout as well as updated displays.  Lamborghini says this will provide visitors with a new experience as they can now participate in new activities and use high-tech multimedia displays.

Upon entering the building, visitors are a greeted by a 1963 350 GT before they see an iconic Miura, a Miura rolling chassis, and the only Miura roadster created by the company.  Visitors can also view an assortment of other models including the Asterion, Diablo, and Sesto Elemento - just to name a few.

The museum's inauguration was timed to coincide with the first stage of the Miura Tour.  It celebrates the 50th anniversary of the legacy sports car and will see 20 owners taking their cars on a 310 mile journey through the Italian regions of Emilia, Liguria, and Tuscany.  To celebrate the occasion, four Eurofighters from the 36th Stormo Caccia (fighter squadron) of the Gioia del Colle airbase did a flyover of the museum.

In a statement, Domenicali said "The new layout now provides a richer experience of the world of Lamborghini where our history, engines, design and technology come together in a journey from the brand's past to its future.”

Source: Lamborghini

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