For the second edition of their Concorso, the Sant’Agata Bolognese-based supercar company took their most iconic models to Venice and Porto Piccolo for an unforgettable weekend.
The most beautiful Italian architecture and landscape viewed trough the windows of the most iconic cars ever designed.
An emotional ride from the beginning to the end. Starting from Venice arriving to Trieste, switching cars and jumping from decades to decades through years of car styling and design but never loosing that unique feeling behind the wheel that only a Lamborghini can give. The streets were filled with people gathered to admire those beauties, they were intrigued by their lines, struck by those colors, mesmerized by those details and mostly be amazed by their sound, by that roar that is unmistakable. The crowd cheered, asking for more, like your would ask for an encore at a concert and the lambo orchestra did not disappoint. We think that what we have lived last weekend in essentially the magic Italian potion that made a sport car a pop star and made a little town near Bologna the center of the world.
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