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Lamborghini Passioni Tricolori Pays Tribute to Italy

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So yesterday we showed you a Lamborghini Huracan Avio going into an air force museum in America to pay homage to that car’s aviation inspirations. Now the Italians show us how that’s done with Lamborghini Passioni Tricolori in which the Avio joins some Ducati bikes and the Italian Air Force for a hugely spectacular stunt.

Lamborghini Passioni Tricolori summed up beautifully all that is great about Italian engineering. It involves speed, passion, beauty, and an elaborate show of enthusiasm.

The Italian National Aerobatics Team performed a demonstration flight, after which Andrea Dovizioso along with Luigi Dall’Igna and Lamborghini Squadra Corse driver Mirko Bortolotti experienced the thrill of aerobatic flight aboard the team’s Aermacchi 339 aircraft.  In return, Lamborghini’s Huracán and Aventador cars and Ducati’s Desmosedici GP bikes stayed firmly planted on ‘terra firma’, demonstrating their speed and handling prowess on the connecting roads of the air base, while the Italian National Aerobatics Team flew over them. 

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