Feature Flick: Lamborghini Hand-Builds Aventador LP700-4 Inside Italian Museum

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy, Lamborghini planned an exhibition at the Chiostro del Bramante museum in Rome. There was only one small catch: how would the large Aventador LP700-4 supercar fit through the museum’s tiny doors?
As this video shows, Lamborghini’s technicians solved the problem by disassembling an Aventador and rebuilding it piece by piece inside the museum. The attention to detail and work involved is truly impressive — notice how the engine, chassis, and various body panels are all bolted together once inside the museum. It looks like the world’s most expensive, most complicated, and most powerful model kit.
The exhibit, called La Forza Del Toro (Italian for “the strength of the bull”), was free to the public, and ran from April 26 to May 8. It featured photos and documents from Lamborghini’s past, several historic engines, and the headlining Aventador.
We have but one question: how the heck did they get the car back out of the museum?
Source: YouTube
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