What a sight it must have been for onlookers at St. Moritz, Switzerland over the weekend as a cavalcade of Lamborghinis, 100 strong, rolled through the city.
Owners from across the world joined ‘Lamborghini St. Moritz 2010’, supported by Lamborghini dealerships and clubs, to celebrate the House of the Raging Bull with a driving program that included a route through the scenic Julierpass and Fluelapass to Davos.
Among the guests of honor was a Lamborghini Gallardo police car, provided by the Polizia di Stato (Italian State Police), which joined the rally of cars and international guests from countries including Italy, Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, France and as far afield as India and Hong Kong.
100 Lamborghinis at St. Moritz
At least one of every current Lamborghini model was present, including the most recently launched Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera that led the road tour in convoy out of St. Moritz.
A number of historical models were also in attendance, including the very special Lamborghini Miura Jota from 1973 in stunning red Rosso Granada (pictured), and one of the earliest cars joining the event: a Lamborghini Jalpa from the 1980s.