Lamborghini Museum can be explored via indoor view on Google Maps

Google is constantly working on Google Maps adding new content and improving existing content. One of the most interesting things that Google allows for some businesses is the ability to explore the interior of the business or location using indoor view. Google and exotic carmaker Lamborghini have teamed up for something fans of Italian automobiles were really appreciate.

Lamborghini has announced that it has become the first Italian company in the luxury automotive industry to launch an indoor view of its exclusive museum. Fans of Lamborghini can now explore the Automobili Lamborghini Museum using indoor view on Google Maps. The museum is located in Sant'Agata Bolognese and houses an extensive collection of exotic Lamborghini sports cars.

The vehicle's housed in the museum run the gamut from classic Lamborghinis to racing cars and modern sports cars. Lamborghini also has some of its marine engines on display in the museum. The Lamborghini Museum has two floors and covers 1500 square meters.

Some of the iconic Lamborghini sports cars on display include the Miura, Countach, Diablo, and Murcielago. The museum also has a collection of prototype vehicles, limited edition vehicles, and one-of-a-kind models. The interior view also extends to the inside of a few very rare Lamborghini models allowing users to explore the interiors of the Reventon, Estoque, and Sesto Elemento models.

SOURCE: Lamborghini