A photo visit & tour of the Lamborghini factory and museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese Italy


We recently had the chance to visit the Lamborghini factory and museum in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy.

Not only did we get to drive a Gallardo but we also had the opportunity to ride along with legendary Lamborghini test drive Valentino Balboni.

You can see what's its like to drive the crazy fast and expensive Gallardo HERE and you drive along with Balbino HERE.

Or take a look at the photos below as we take you on a photo tour of the Lamborghini factory and museum.


The Lamborghini factory in Italy is pretty small and employs only about 800 people.

There ate 25 steps to building a Gallardo and each step takes about an hour.


The Lamborghini factory in Italy is also home to the Lamborghini museum.


Ferruccio Lamborghini started the company in 1963 from a successful tractor business.


The 350GTV was the Lamborghini's first car and sold 120 units It's also one of the only red cars that Lamborghini built as Lamborghini did not get along with Enzo Ferrari who was known for another famous red Italian Sports car. 


The Lamborghini Miura was made from 1966 to 1972 and put the company on the map as a maker of premium Italian sports cars.


This is the very last Diablo made at the factory…a designed penned by Legendary designer Marcello Gandini.


The Jalpa was powered by a 3.5-liter V8 and was produced when the company went into receivership.


In Italy a few luck police officers get to drive a police Gallardo as their ultimate cop car.


The Reventon is the most expensive Lamborghini ever sold at 1 million Euros.


The heart of any modern or classic Lamborghini has always been the brutally big engine.


Just about 1 million dollars worth of Lamborghini's parked and ready to drive.


Under Audi ownership since 1999, the Gallardo is one of  Lamborghini's best selling cars with about 2000 built last year.

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