Lamborghini is the king of the supercar. It’s a brand filled with the most outrageous, exciting, flamboyant and violent looking supercars ever made and it’s one of the first, if not the very first, brands people think of when they think supercars. So it’s no surprise that Lamborghinis have been featured in many movies and television shows over the years. To celebrate that, Lamborghini is showing off its movie cars in a new exhibit at its museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese.
Most recently, the brand-new Lamborghini Huracan was seen in the Marvel movie, Doctor Strange, which was one of its biggest on-screen features. That Huracan will be on display in Sant’Agata, though not the very specific on that Doctor Strange crashes off of a cliff, obviously. Plus, that was CGI.
Another famous on-screen Lamborghini was the Murcielago driven by Bruce Wayne in The Dark Knight. In its scene, Wayne uses his Aventador to absorb a crash intended for another vehicle, so as to save the person inside. So it wasn’t a very happy scene for Lamborghini, unless it makes the brand seem like it’s saving lives. This is one of the more famous on-screen Lambos, though, because of the fact that it’s in a Batman film and “Murcielago” means “Bat” in Spanish.Wayne also drives an Aventador in the next Batman film, The Dark Knight.
There will be several more Lambos on display at this exhibit and it might even be able to be seen on Google Earth, as Lamborghini allows you to view its factory with it. Lamborghinis have always been some of the most iconic and exciting supercars in history. So there’s good reason for them being used so heavily in film. If you’re ever in Sant’Agata, it’s worth checking out the Lamborghini Museum in itself but now there’s another good reason.