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The Automobili Lamborghini Museum (MUDETEC) is finally reopening its doors to the public starting May 3, with the new fascinating exhibit “Future is our legacy”!
The title of the exhibit refers to the brand’s philosophy, a perfect synthesis of innovation and tradition between past and future. It is not by chance that the exhibit coincides with two important appointments: the 20th anniversary of MUDETEC and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Countach.
The route – set up on two floors – begins with an exciting tunnel that kindles visitors’ passion with the unmistakable sound of the V12 engine, together with a video that celebrates the iconic V12 vehicles. On the ground floor, visitors travel in search of the prototypes built between the ‘60s and ‘90s, from the Miura to the Diablo, to then take a leap into the futuristic design of two recent visionary models, the Essenza SCV12 and the Vision GT.
The undisputed star of the show on the first floor is precisely the Countach, the legendary model that has appeared in dozens of international movies and that is a symbol of the innovation that has always marked the House of Sant’Agata. The tour then continues amidst limited edition models, like the Reventón, Sesto Elemento, Veneno, Centenario and the first Lamborghini with hybrid technology, the Sián.
The experience is enriched by exciting and interactive activities, like the driving simulator and the new Social pass by card, which allows visitors to take pictures of themselves next to their favorite Lamborghinis, share their photos in the social media and take home a keepsake of a special day spent in a special place.
What are you waiting for? Come see us!
Starting from 3 May, the museum is open every day from 9:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. (except August 15 and December 25), with the last admittance at 5 p.m. Due to the current government measures to contain the pandemic, admissions are curtailed to 12 visitors at the most every half hour. Use of face mask is required.
Bookings at the following link are mandatory: https://www.lamborghini.com/en-en/museum and must be made 24 hours in advance for Saturdays, Sundays and holidays falling during the week.