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 |  Oct 09 2013, 7:58 AM

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A pricey airplane ticket and a long flight are no longer required to enjoy all that the Lamborghini Museum has to offer, thanks to the magic that is Google Streetview.

Following in the footsteps of other automakers, Lamborghini is the first Italian car company to open its doors to Google Streetview, allowing the innovative service to document its museum at its headquarters in Sant’Agata Bolognese.

The world’s greatest collection of Lamborghini models is now available to explore, for free, in 360 degree panoramic views. Visitors to the Lamborghini museum can tour the collection of classic and modern exotics, as well as concept cars over two floors overing 1,500 square meters of space. Must sees include the Miura, Countach, Diablo and Murciélago, not to mention the Estoque, Sesto Elemento and Reventon.

Start your own tour of the Lamborghini Museum by clicking here.

And for more info on the Lamborghini museum, see the museum’s website here.

  • Jed

    how to get to the top floor?

  • ChaseWGregory

    Poorly worded, and this piece is kind of a slap in the face to the truly devoted fans who DO buy plane tickets for the museum. This post should encourage people to take the tour in person and talk about the Google street view as a warm up to their trip. Something more along those lines.