Creativity, genius and the ability to think big: these characteristic are a fil rouge that link the past, courage and perseverance of entrepreneur Ferruccio Lamborghini. Funo d’Argelato is home to a temple for anyone who loves cars: the Museo Ferruccio Lamborghini.
A museum conceived of and designed by Tonino Lamborghini to celebrate and recount the life of his father Ferruccio Lamborghini, through his mechanical creations and the family’s vast photo archive. This 5000mq exhibition space combines tradition and the care that Lamborghini puts into every detail, the company’s cardinal values since it began producing tractors in 1947.
Its engaging display explores the personal auto collection of Engineer Honoris Causa Lamborghini, with the mythic Miura SV, and his more famous models, including the Fiat Barchetta Sport modified to race in the 1948 Mille Miglia, the futuristic Countach, various version of the Jarama, the Urraco and the Espada with wing doors that inspired the car in “Back to the Future”. The visit ends with a nod to the history of the helicopter prototype and the Fast 45 Diablo Classe 1 offshore boat with a Lamborghini motor, 11-time world champion.
Moreover, the museum is an exciting place in which to hold trade fairs, conferences, runway shows, meetings, exhibitions and other events. The building has a large multi-purpose area and five rooms for convenrions or catering, from which guests can admire the entire collection.
5000m² exhibition space and several multifunctional spaces