Have you ever wondered why Lamborghini uses the names of Spanish fighting bulls to represent their renowned sports cars? Are you fascinated with the art of hand-built supercars and the technological materials they embrace such as carbon fiber? Maybe you’re interested in the lineage and company history of Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. Well make sure you pay a visit to Sant’Agata Bolognese where the Italian automaker resides. There, you will find the original V12 Miura P400 S (1969-1971), the Lamborghini SUV aka LM 002 (1986-1992), the small engine P 250 Urraco (1972-1979), and the Countach LP 400, which is the first Lamborghini to feature scissor doors. If you’re intersted LP refers to the company’s rear longitudinal engine layout (Longitudinal Posteriore) that has been maintained in every vehicle since the Countach LP 400’s debut in 1974. The ESTOQUE 4-door sports car concept is also present as is all modern day Lamborghinis. So what are you waiting for; your Italian vacation awaits!