The agenda of those who do not miss even a worldly event of the season could not fail to be busy a few days ago.
Being among the more than 120 guests present at the opening of the new Lamborghini showroom in the Principality of Monaco meant being part of one of the most glamorous and anticipated events of the season.
The new dealership is located in the exact heart of the Principality, at 24 Avenue de Fontvieille and entering means admiring the most beautiful and spectacular cars of the automotive house.
218 square meters dedicated to luxury on four wheels: these are the important dimensions of the show room.
The cars exhibited at the inauguration
The opening night was definitely marked by extreme luxury.
It was enough to take a look at the exhibition spaces to realize that the most beautiful and exclusive Lamborghinis were exhibited in this dealership.
Password: limited edition
From the Reventón Roadster (produced in only 20 units) to the iconic Countach LPI 800-4, passing through the first Lamborghini hybrid super sports car, the Sián FKP 37.
Also on display are the latest naturally aspirated V12 engine produced in Sant’Agata Bolognese, the Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae, and the latest recently unveiled V10, the Huracán Tecnica.
Lamborghini “ad personam”
The real surprise for the lucky guests to the evening was to discover the double soul of the new, spectacular show room.
If a wing was dedicated to the display of these racing cars, another area was reserved for the “Ad personam” program; a project to make supercars personalized in every detail.
Lamborghini Monaco offers the essence of the experience of the most exclusive brand: admiring the most prestigious cars and being followed step by step in every detail of the customization of your luxurious Lamborghini are the cornerstones of the shopping experience offered in this exclusive space.
Technology, elegance, highly specialized staff and an exclusive location: Lamborghini Monaco has everything it takes to transform itself into the next success of the Sant’Agata Bolognese house.