The longest column of supercars hit the Guinness Book of Records.
Lamborghini celebrated the 60th anniversary of the company on a grand scale: at the Suzuka circuit, they managed to line up a column of 251 supercars.
Representatives of the Guinness Book of Records who were present at the event called it the longest in the world.
The parade was attended not only by supercars from the modern Lamborghini line, but also by classic models – for example, Miura. In addition, the company brought to the event samples of vintage sports cars restored by the Polo Storico factory division – 350 GT, Islero and Countach.
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With so many Lamborghini owners gathered in one place, the company used the event as an opportunity to introduce the Huracan Sterrato SUV to the Japanese market.
A “cyberpunk sculpture” built from Lamborghini parts by Japanese contemporary art specialist Ikeuchi was also shown here.
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