The Lamborghini museum located in northern Italy is now being featured on Google Street View.
Lamborghini buffs can now visit a car museum right from the comfort of their own home. The Sant’Agata museum located in northern Italy is now being featured on Google Street View.
Not only do car enthusiasts get to view about 50 years of Lamborghini history, there are also some vehicles interiors featured in a close-up view, essentially allowing web users to crawl right inside the vehicle, virtually at least.
In total, 16,000 square feet spread out over two floors can be fully explored from behind a computer screen. A 360-degree view of the interior of the Sesto Elemento concept is one notable feature of the new Google view along with the exploration inside the LM002.
The Reventon is another vehicle model that can be checked out on both the exterior and the interior. The first floor is basically loaded with vintage Lamborghinis including the incredible sought after 350 GT, which is considered the first production model built in 1964.
There are even rare Lamborghini marine engines on display at the museum.
What do you think about the Lamborghini museum on Google street view?