Lamborghini celebrates 50 years of the Miura

As part of the celebrations commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Miura, Automobili Lamborghini sent two Miuras from its Museum along the route used in the film, 'The Italian Job'. Starting in Sant’Agata Bolognese, where Lamborghini’s factory and museum is located, current Lamborghini models travelled back to the 1960s via the Pianura Padana, with stopovers in Vigevano and Aosta, before meeting up with the Miuras. The climax of the event was the remake of the opening sequence of the 1969 cult film, driving the cars up the hairpin curves of the Grand St. Bernard pass in the heart of the Italian Alps.