As Lamborghini gets ready to celebrate its 50th anniversary, the Italian automaker is planning a once-in-a-lifetime tour that already claims 180 registered vehicles with less than a month before registration closes.
Of the registered cars for the tour, the Italian automaker has revealed that half are historical classics including 17 Murcielagos, 12 Diablos, nine Countaches, seven Miuras, three Espadas, a pair of 400 GTs, and another pair of 350 GTs. A little over 100 spots are still open for registration for the five-day event that kicks off on May 7, 2013.
The starting point for the tour will happen in Milan where the parade will head to Bobbio and the caravan will stop for lunch at the Saint Columbanus Abbey.
Then, the Lamborghinis will head towards Forte dei Marmi on the Tyrrhenian coast where they’ll celebrate dinner at the legendary club La Capannina di Franceschi. The Grand Tour will then head to Rome with dinner capped off at the Complesso Monumentale di Santo Spirito in Sassia.
After a stay in Rome, the tour will continue onward to the village of Orvieto before setting off for Bologna. The cars will then take center stage at the Concours d’Elegance which starts on May 11th in Bologna’s main square.
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