Multiple Cinematic Lamborghini Models on Display at new Museum Exhibit

What are the most important Lamborghinis of cinema?

While most people consider baseball or some other sport as America’s favorite pastime, in our opinion going to the movies is the one thing just about everybody in the country enjoys. Especially when there are so many massive blockbusters like there have been already this year! If you’re a particularly astute viewer, then you’ve probably been able to pick out a number of Lamborghini vehicles in films throughout the years.

Today, we thought we’d highlight a few of the most important Lamborghinis of cinema, considering Chairman and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini just opened an exhibit at the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese dedicated to that very thing. The exhibit features some of the most iconic film Lambo models ever to be seen on the silver screen, and we wish we could go take a stroll through the museum ourselves!

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The Dark Knight Trilogy

If you were able to visit the museum, then the first piece you’d notice is the silver Aventador driven by Bruce Wayne in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises (2012). While it’s not on display in the museum, Wayne also drove a Murcielago LP 640 in the first two films of that trilogy: Batman Begins (2005) and The Dark Knight (2008).

Marvel Cinematic Universe

On the other side of the comic book dichotomy, a certain member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe drove a Huracan Coupe in his standalone film before appearing in Avengers: Infinity War earlier this year. Doctor Strange, portrayed by Benedict Cumberbatch, drove a Grigio Lynx version of the vehicle before he ever mastered the mystic arts, and it appears in the museum as well.

Other Film Lamborghinis

A number of other Lamborghinis have appeared on the silver screen and now call the museum home. Another big one is the orange Miura P400 that appeared in the original version of The Italian Job (1969). The green Countach from 1981’s The Cannonball Run, the LM002 from Fast & Furious (2009), the matte black Jalpa driven by Sly Stallone in Rocky IV (1985), and more also appear in the museum!

Lamborghini Miura P400 from 1969 The Italian Job

Lamborghini LM002 from 2009 Fast Furious

Two Cinematic Lamborghini Models on Display at Museum