Lamborghini 50th anniversary Grand Tour with 350 supercars hits the road

Yesterday morning 350 Lamborghini’s left Milan and reached Forte dei Marmi as part of Lamborghini Grand Tour covering 270 km and taking in the breathtaking scenery of the Aveto Natural Regional Park and the Trebbia River valley, described by Hemingway as one of the most beautiful in the world.

Today the convoy will arrive in Rome, tomorrow it will head to Bologna and on the 11th, the Tour will end in Sant’Agata Bolognese, headquarters of the House of the Raging Bull.

The convoy is some 4 km long with four out of ten cars historic models and 29 countries represented from Canada to New Zealand. Combined power output is around 190,000 horsepower!

There are 71 cars from UK with 30 participants from Italy, Germany and Switzerland, followed with 21 cars from the USA and 17 from China.

The youngest driver is 23 and from Kuwait, while the oldest is 75 and is a French national.

There are three 350 GTs, five 400 GTs, 17 Miuras, 8 Espadas, 2 Jaramas, 6 Urracos, 15 Countachs, 1 LM 002, 21 Diablos, 36 Murcielagos and 123 Gallardos.


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