The 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 is unquestionably a work of art, but installing one for an exhibit at Rome’s Chiostro Del Bramante Contemporary Art Museum proved to be slightly more complicated than hanging a painting. Apparently, 16th century doors were not designed to allow enough berth for today’s supercars (we can’t imagine why…) to just roll on into the museum. So Lambo did the natural thing, and had a team of engineers assemble the four-wheeled beast right on the spot — all while a camera man documented the entire experience.
Viewfinder is a series of captivating photos taken by the GP crew, culled from the web, dug out of our archives, or submitted by readers.
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