This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Lamborghini Miura, and with it have come numerous celebrations, rallies and commemorations. Lamborghini most recently revealed the commemorative edition Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage and the revamp of the Lamborghini Museum to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Miura. Now, the beloved car brand is taking things a step further.
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Their latest commemorative move for the Miura is a page straight out of popular film, The Italian Job. Two Miuras from the Lamborghini Museum made their way down the exact route filmed for the movie. According to the press release:
Starting in Sant’Agata Bolognese, where Lamborghini’s factory and museum is located, current V12 Lamborghini models including the Aventador Coupé, Roadster, Superveloce and Superveloce Roadster travelled back to the 1960s via the Pianura Padana, with stopovers in Vigevano and Aosta, before meeting up with the Miuras.
But that isn’t the best part. The Miuras were then used for a remake of the opening scene of the movie, which took place in the Italian Alps. The “fathers” who created the Miura, reunited and shared in a little celebration and conversation during the event. Sounds like a pretty exciting day for all involved! Check out the video from the reboot below: