It's not often you'll see 100 Lamborghinis in the same place, much less such a nice cross-section of the many generations and styles of the famed Italian supercar brand's automotive excess.

Here, you get more than 100 of them, scooting at varying velocities around a mountain hairpin turn. In the rain.

And while there are several classic Lamborghinis in the mix here (including Diablos, Countaches, and Miuras), there's also what appears to be a rather large percentage of the world's population of Aventadors.

The speeds aren't all that high, for the most part, but the sounds they make are music to a gearhead's ears.