While Balboni was around during the Countach-era of Lamborghini, the cars Gotham Dream Cars is offering are a little more modern. Each driver will get to drive five Lamborghinis in total, and the lineup includes the likes of the Murcielago LP 640, Gallardo LP 560-4, Gallardo Spyder and the Murcielago Roadster.
There will be four tours offered for a total of two days running from June 9 to June 10, with space limited to only 40 drivers. If you can't quite make it for the tour, the company also hires out exotic cars that aren't limited to Lamborghini models, such as cars from the likes of Ferrari, Bentley and Aston Martin.
The idea of pooling resources to get access to a wide range of the most exotic four-wheeled machinery available isn't new, though it is still rather exclusive. Groups like P1 International in the UK and The Supercar Club in Australia have built the genre over the past few years, while newcomers like the RS Academy have helped expand it.
A bit closer to home is North Carolina’s Supercar Sensation, which offers packages from as low as $199 for wheel time with cars like the Ferrari F430, Lamborghini Gallardo, and Nissan GT-R.