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Gallery: Lamborghini takes over Tokyo

More than 65 Lamborghinis parade through Japan in a celebration of horsepower

  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

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  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

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  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

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  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

    Advertisement - Page continues below
  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

  • Yep, that's a pink Lamborghini, on the streets of Tokyo. How very Midnight Club. It was just one of more than 65 cars that formed a procession last week as Lamborghini took to the streets of Japan's thriving capital city in a celebration of horsepower. Ear defenders at the ready, no doubt.

    The reason was to celebrate the centenary of Lamborghini founder Ferrucio's birth, and the 50th anniversary of the legendary Miura. 

    There was a concours event, where 36 classic Lambos - from Miura, through Countach and Diablo - were displayed 'competitively' and awarded prizes.

    Then came the noise. Nearly 70 cars gathered to disrupt everyday civilians by driving through the intersection of Omotesando and Shibuya in central Tokyo. Said civilians probably didn't mind, though, considering a) Japan's love-affair with all things Lamborghini, and b) noise

    To cap it all off, Lamborghini also displayed the Centenario, a car that probably represents peak Lamborghini. We've had a drive of it, so once you've had a click through these rather lovely pics, head here for the full review.

    Big Read: what's happened to Japan's car culture?

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