Museo Ferruccio Lamborghini
Strada provinciale 4 Galliera Sud, 319, 40050 Casette di Funo BO, Italy
About Museo Ferruccio Lamborghini
The Lamborghini Museum, also called MUDETEC, is a museum based in Sant'Agata Bolognese in Italy. The museum, owned and managed by the Lamborghini company, is made up of a vast collection of cars produced throughout the history of the Italian manufacturer. The museum exhibits a family tree showing all the models produced by the company. The current exhibition gallery contains iconic sports cars such as the 350 GT and the Sesto Element and concepts such as the Veneno and Miura Concept.
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