If you find yourself in northern Italy with some spare time on your hands, we could think of few places better to spend it than the Lamborghini Museum in Sant'Agata. The 16,000-square-foot facility houses what is surely the most magnificent collections of Raging Bulls in the world on two levels of glassed-in floorspace. But if your travel plans won't be taking you to Bologna, Lamborghini has teamed up with Google to provide the next best thing.

Now all you've got to do to get a closer look at the Lamborghini Museum is open another tab in your web browser and head over to Google Maps (or fire up the Google Maps app on your smartphone or tablet) to see the whole museum in Street View. There you'll find everything from production models like the Miura, Countach, Diablo and Murcielago to limited-production rarities like the Reventon and Sesto Elemento, prototypes like the Estoque and Zagato Canto, a Gallardo highway patrol car and a handful of Lamborghini-powered F1 cars, like Nicola Larini's 1991 Modena 291.

You can even get into a few of them, which the museum's curators aren't likely to let you do in person. So whether you're at home, at the office or in Sant'Agata Bolognese, it's there for you to check out on Google Street View. Short of that, you can scope out a few screen shots in the gallery above and the details in the press release below.
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9/10/2013
Automobili Lamborghini launches exclusive museum indoor view on Google Maps

Automobili Lamborghini has become the first Italian company in the luxury automotive industry to launch an indoor view of its exclusive museum. This innovative feature derived from Google's street view technology allows visitors to navigate through the two-story structure located in Sant'Agata Bolognese and explore the exotic collection of classic and modern super sports cars.

Thanks to this advanced technology, web users from across the globe can now experience a 360° panoramic view of Lamborghini's select assortment of iconic supercars which have been a symbol of Made in Italy since 1963. Spread across two floors covering 1.500 square meters, the museum's collection includes a selection of world famed production series such as the Miura, Countach, Diablo and Murciélago accompanied by extraordinary prototypes, limited editions, one-off models, racing cars and marine engines. Unique scale models of original styling taken from Lamborghini's Centro Stile can also be found on display along with some of the legendary V12 powertrains.

The virtual experience includes a distinct feature which allows visitors to access an interior view of a select few models and offers the rare opportunity to see the Reventòn -limited series of only 20 units- Estoque and Sesto Elemento which are exclusive to Lamborghini's museum.

The virtual tour of Lamborghini's museum is available on PC, tablet and mobile via Browser and the Google Map App. The App software is supported by both iOS and Android operating systems.

To experience a virtual tour of Lamborghini's museum, please click
Google Maps http://lam.bo/peeic
Google Local http://lam.bo/peeNT

For more information on visiting Lamborghini's museum and for the chance to witness firsthand the birth place of Lamborghini's current model line-up, please visit
http://www.lamborghini.com/en/museum/overview/

Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.
Founded in 1963, Automobili Lamborghini is headquartered in Sant'Agata Bolognese, in Northeastern Italy. The Lamborghini Squadra Corse, presented at the recent Frankfurt motor show, is dedicated to the new Squadra Corse motorsports department. It is the most high-performance street-legal Gallardo ever produced and celebrates the most successful model in the history of Lamborghini. With the introduction of the Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster in 2013, joining the coupé presented in 2011, Lamborghini established yet another landmark in an uninterrupted series of extraordinary, exclusive super sports cars that include the 350 GT, Miura, Espada, Countach, Diablo, Murciélago, and limited series like the Reventón, Sesto Elemento, Aventador J and Veneno. The Veneno, created to celebrate 50 years of Lamborghini in 2013, was produced in only three units and sold at the record price of 3 Million euro.


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      RomanM
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      Pros: You can see inside of a car. Cons: I can't climb to the 2nd floor of the museum.
        LynxFX
        • 1 Year Ago
        @RomanM
        Look straight at the stairs, then click on them when the cursor is a circle. It should take you up to the top if done right.
      Sergio526
      • 1 Year Ago
      As awesome as this is, I'm kind of bummed I couldn't get into the Diablo or the Gallardo and there was no Aventador to even sit in. I'd also really like to pop the trunk and engine lids. After seeing all the details in the Miura I can see why many consider it to be the most beautiful car ever made!
      Carpinions
      • 1 Year Ago
      I'm sure glad Lambo decided not to go with the freaky looking cave salamander eyes on the Diablo replacement. Something about that styling choice ruins the entire car...like a trainwreck you can't stop looking at...
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      Cameron Young
      • 1 Year Ago
      A nice idea, but it's a shame that it's quite difficult to navigate to the upper floor, you can't enter all the cars and the information boards are sometimes unreadable. It would seem logical to me that if you're going to do streetview in a museum that you'd at least try to emulate the experience...
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