Lamborghini cars has renewed its participation in the Motor Valley Fest, the four-day event that takes place in Modena from 1 to 4 July and involves the most famous automotive brands in the world.
For the duration of the event, Lamborghini will exhibit the very latest Huracán STO – Homologated Super Trofeo, inside the Palazzo Ducale, today the Military Academy, in Piazza Roma in Modena. In the same place, motor enthusiasts will be able to admire other models of the current range, the Aventador SVJ, the Super SUV Urus and the Huracán EVO Coupé, displayed in green, white and red to form the tricolor.
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On Sunday 4 July, at the Novi Sad Park in Modena, on a 1400m long circuit temporarily approved by the ACI, the “Race of Made in Italy”, An exhibition race reserved exclusively for Lamborghini aboard 2 Huracán Super Trofeo. The event will be preceded by an initial parade in which 2 Huracán Evo models will parade in fully customized liveries with the graphics of Aldo Drudi, a designer famous for having created the most beautiful designs on the helmets of the Moto GP champions. The protagonists of the race will be four Moto GP riders and four Lamborghini Squadra Corse riders, Giacomo Altoé, Sandy Mitchell, Giovanni Venturini and Pier Luigi Moccia. The event will be open to the public with a limited capacity of up to 3,000 people due to Covid restrictions.
The president and CEO of the Casa del Toro Stephan Winkelmann said about the Motor Valley: “It is a great honor to be part of the Motor Valley, a unique district in the world, united by the passion for engines and the presence of world-class Made in Italy excellences, including Lamborghini. And it is here, in these few kilometers of land, that the future is at stake today, under the pressure of the challenges of electricity and connectivity. All this will lead to a process of great transformation, where the creation of new skills will have to be supported by strong cooperation with schools and universities in the area and will be increasingly crucial if we want to maintain a high level of competitiveness and make this district even more globally attractive“.