If you weren't in Switzerland last weekend, you missed quite a show. Over 100 Lamborghinis of all vintages converged on Switzerland to celebrate the supercar maker and its creations at Lamborghini St. Moritz 2010.
Gathering in the Swiss town of St. Moritz, the dozens upon dozens of Lambo owners came at the behest of dealers and car clubs alike not just from Europe but as far away as India and Hong Kong. Of course, this was no lug nut-polishing contest, these cars came to drive. While track time wasn't on the bill, stunning mountain roads through Julierpass and Fluelpass on the way to Davos most certainly were.
With over 100 spectacular cars on hand, it's hard to stand out, but a few cars managed to do just that. Present were Lamborghini's latest creation, the Gallardo LP 560-4 Superleggera, a Jalpa of 1980s vintage, a special Gallardo built (and apparently recently rebuilt) for the Italian State Police and even a show-stopping Miura Jota.