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Lamborghini Egoista Finds its Home at the Museum

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 5/20/2014 Erick Ayapana

Lamborghini turned 50 years old last year and the one-off Egoista supercar helped the automaker celebrate its birthday in a big way. We wondered what would become of the special Lambo and now we know, as the automaker just announced it will display the Lamborghini Egoista at its museum in Sant-Agata Bolognese, Italy.


© Provided by MotorTrend Egoista may be Italian for “selfish”, but it will share the museum halls with other stars from Lamborghini’s past, including the 350 GT, Sesto Elemento, and a one-off Miura concept. Late last year Lamborghini and Google worked together to produce a virtual tour of the Lamborghini Museum via Google’s Street View. That said, the new addition to the museum will hopefully warrant an update to the Street View tour for those who can’t make it to Sant-Agata Bolognese anytime soon.

One-off Lambos have always been excessively garish and the Egoista definitely didn’t disappoint. Essentially a fighter jet on wheels, the Egoista featured a center-mounted driving position with the driver protected from the elements by a cockpit dome. The driver can only enter and exit the cockpit by removing the steering wheel, while carbon-fiber and aluminum is used to keep the supercar’s weight down. Powering the Egoista is a 600-hp, 5.2-liter V-10.

Source: Lamborghini

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