'Lamborghini Uncovered' Open Air Museum in London

Despite having been bought by Audi a few years back, Lamborghini is still a very proud and unique Italian brand, with a very rich and interesting history - how many tractor makers do you know of that started making supercars out of sheer ego?
To prove how proud they are of their history, Lamborghini have opened up an open-air museum, right in the center of London, as the British capital approaches the start of the Olympic Games. Visitors will get a chance to see the sleek and curvy cars from Lamborghini’s early days, as well as the ultra-angular Countach (the last one to ever roll off the production line, the 25th Anniversary model), along their newer cars, the Diablo, Murcielago, Gallardo and Aventador.

It will definitely be quite a sight, as cars always look better outdoors, bathed in natural light, than neon-lit and inside a building. The ‘museum’ will travel to the Marble Arch, Kings Road as well as the Tower Bridge.
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