The Miura Tour, organised by Automobili Lamborghini in celebration of the iconic Lamborghini model’s 50th anniversary, concluded in Florence on 12 June with a display in Piazza Ognissanti.
Twenty brightly coloured Lamborghini Miuras from the United States, Japan and other European countries came to Italy for a 500km journey, taking in the Italian cities of Bologna, Parma, Portovenere, Viareggio, Lucca and Florence between 8 and 12 June.
At the 9 June stopover in Lamborghini’s hometown of Sant’Agata Bolognese, the vehicles’ arrival was celebrated with a flyby of four Eurofighters from the 36th Stormo Caccia (fighter squadron) of the Gioia del Colle airbase near Bari in southern Italy. The newly renovated Lamborghini Museum was also inaugurated on the same occasion.
Two of the Miura’s “fathers” made special appearances during the tour: Paolo Stanzani joined guests in Bologna on 8 June, and Gian Paolo Dallara greeted the group at his company in Varano de’ Melegari on 9 June.
The Miura Tour concluded on 12 June in Florence, where the 20 Miuras were put on display at the parc fermé in Piazza Ognissanti.
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