With a round-trip airplane ticket to Bologna, Italy, costing from over $1,400 to nearly $8,000, Lamborghini is giving you the next best thing to visiting its museum by putting it up on Google Maps.
Thanks to Google's street-view technology, you can now navigate the two-story Museo Lamborghini in Sant'Agata Bolognese and explore the Italian carmaker's collection of "classic and modern super sports cars."
With the street-view technology, web users from all over the world "can now experience a 360-degree panoramic view of Lamborghini's select assortment of iconic supercars."
Spread across the museum's 1,500sqm floor area are not just the production versions of the Miura, the Countach, the Diablo and the Murcielago, but also their prototypes, limited editions, one-off models and racing cars. Most important, the museum also houses a few Lamborghini models that we won't likely see in our lifetime, like the Reventon, the Estoque and the Sesto Elemento.
The virtual experience also gives visitors an interior view of some of the models.
The virtual tour of Lamborghini's museum is accessible by simply going to http://lam.bo/peeic. Check it out. You may thank us after.