The Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum chronicles Ferruccio’s life through his mechanical creations and an extensive family photo archive. This space, conceived and designed byentrepreneur Tonino Lamborghini to celebrate the figure of his father, opened in 2014.
The museum’s 9,000 square meters contain Ferruccio’s entire industrial production, from the first Carioca tractor, with which he started his first company in 1947, to all the most important models of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. An exciting tour illustrates both the personal car collection of Eng. Honoris causa Lamborghini, including the legendary Miura SV, both its most famous automotive productions, such as: the famous Fiat Barchetta Sport modified to participate in the 1948 Mille Miglia, the futuristic Countach, the Jarama examples, the Urraco and the gull-wing opening Espada that inspired the car in the film “Back to the Future.”
The visit cannot end without a mention of the history of the 13.5-meter Fast 45 Diablo Class 1 prototype helicopter and offshore Fast 45 Diablo, powered by an 11-time world champion Lamborghini engine.
The reconstruction of Ferruccio’s first office at Lamborghini Tractors with his personal belongings, official documents and photos of the time will plunge you into the history of Italy’s economic boom of the 1950s-60s, to remember not only Ferruccio’s stories, but also those of the Lamborghini family and thousands of people who worked in his companies.