If you’ve never been to the Lamborghini’s museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese, then you’re seriously missing out. As well as the dozens of priceless classics, you can look down on the production line and watch the newest models being made.

Well now, thanks to Google’s street view technology, you can navigate through the 1,500 square metre two-story structure and explore its collection of classic and modern icons, all from the comfort of your own home.

But you’ll get more than just a 360° panoramic view of the cars. Visitors to Google Maps will be able to sit inside some of the cars, including a rare opportunity to view limited edition models such as the Reventòn and Sesto Elemento, while the Estoque prototype is just a mouse-click away.


On the ground floor you’ll find Ferruccio Lamborghini’s very first car – the 1964 350 GT, together with a 400 GT and Miura S with its unique central-rear V12 4.0 litre engine and characteristic eyelashes.

You’ll also find the very first Countach prototype (chassis number 001) sitting alongside the huge LM 002 off-roader and the exquisite pairing of a Urraco and Silhouette, both powered by a V8 engine.

The first floor is dedicated to design, concepts, exotic and racing cars, although you’ll also find a Diablo, Murciélago and the Italian Polizia Stradale Gallardo mixed in with prototypes, limited editions, one-off models, racing cars and marine engines.

Scale models produced by Lamborghini’s Centro Stile can be viewed along with many of the car maker’s legendary V12 engines.

You can access Google Maps via the browser on PCs, tablets and mobile phones, while there’s also an app available supported by both iOS and Android operating systems.