Car artists

The Italian Job, getting us started again

Photo credit: Kaiser Collection, AGIP / Bridgeman Images

La Cité De L’Automobile Museé National in Mulhouse is sending out a positive message by inaugurating, on 9 July, an exciting new exhibition devoted to Lamborghini. The title of the exhibition, “Pop Lamborghini”, is a reference both to the colorful extraordinariness of the cars that wrote the history of Lamborghini, and to the artistic and cultural context of their time. It is the first international event in the classic car world to send out a clear signal of optimism as we all get started again.

Still with the plate used for the filming of the movie The Italian Job, the Miura of the Kaiser Collection exhibited, as the star of the exhibition Pop Lamborghini at the Museé National Cité De L’Automobile in Mulhouse, France

The exhibition’s main attraction, thanks in part to the inclusion of striking and significant images from the famous movie The Italian Job, is the magnificent orange Miura (chassis #3586) lent by the Kaiser Collection. Indeed, the car will be exhibited both physically and also through images, projected onto large screens, that show it roaring up the Gran San Bernardo pass with actor Rossano Brazzi at the wheel.

The exhibition will be open until 10 January 2021

The famous movie The Italian Job made the Miura even more desirable and was chosen by many stars of the show business. In this photo the famous singer and actor Johnny Hallyday