The home of the Raging Bull is in the North Italian village of Sant’Agata Bolognese. In the museum, patrons can experience classic models like the 350 GT, Miura, Countach, and the LM002. While these were cutting edge when new, a majority of spectators want to see the latest and greatest cars. That's why the Lamborghini Museum has become MUDETEC: Museum of Technology.

The "Museo Delle Tecnologie" gives visitors a glimpse of the R&D work that goes into every model. Innovation never sleeps, and it is evident in the evolution of the Aventador to SV, and now the SVJ. From the Huracan to Performante, and now the EVO, we can also follow the advances made in Forged Composites.

Next up is an Ad Personam display to show off their abilities to customize your Lamborghini. The Tower of Pisa will leave you leaning and Venice will give you a sinking feeling. But the Lamborghinin MUDETEC is open April 16 to October 31st from 9:30 to 6pm. Stay with us for all your Lamborghini news.

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