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  • Bulldog Racing unveils New John Cooper Works logo

    Bulldog Racing unveils New John Cooper Works logo
    MINI John Cooper Works Edition

    Bulldog Racing unveils New John Cooper Works logo at the 3- hour race “Schwedenkreuz” Rundstrecken-Challenge Nürburgring 2023 season finale, one of the most exciting motorsport events in Germany. The dynamic new John Cooper Works logo design reflects the performance of John Cooper Works and was impressively exhibited in the midst of the exciting, but rainy racing action by Bulldog Racing.

    The new John Cooper Works logo represents the sporty character and passion of the brand and it going to replace the old John Cooper Works logo on all automobiles in the new MINI family launched in September this year.

    “The new John Cooper Works logo is an expression of the boundless enthusiasm and pride we feel for John Cooper Works. John Cooper Works and motorsport play a central role in the DNA of MINI. They will continue to drive our innovative spirit and creativity in the future”

    Bulldog Racing runs the MINI John Cooper Works Edition with 6-speed manual transmission with the starting number #616, presented a solid performance throughout the wet race finishing 53rd out of 158 cars that started after 13 laps driven. The Bulldog Racing’s black MINI John Cooper Works Edition finished 13th out of 23 cars that started in the class for production-based cars with a displacement of 1,600 to 2,000 cc and turbochargers.

    The Germans Sebastian Sauerbrei and Friedhelm Thelen raced the black MINI John Cooper Works Edition at Nürburgring. Sebastian Sauerbrei achieved his personal best placement in a 24-hour race this year behind the wheel of the black MINI John Cooper Works Edition automobile. Friedhelm Thelen is a Nürburgring expert and team boss of Bulldog Racing.

  • Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Driver’s licence to be phased

    Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Driver’s licence to be phased out March 2024
    Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Driver’s licence to be phased out March 2024

    Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Driver’s licence to be phased out March 2024:- The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) Ghana, has started phasing out all old driver’s licences issued before September 2017 from its system.

    The old cards will be replaced with new smart driver’s licence cards.

    In a press statement issued on Wednesday, September 6, the Authority urged holders of such driver’s licenses to submit them to the nearest DVLA office in Ghana for replacement.

    “The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) wishes to inform the public that, it has commenced an exercise to phase out all Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) card driver’s licence (the old PVC card driver’s licences issued before September 2017) and replace them with the smart card driver’s licence.”

    The Authority is inviting all holders of the PVC card driver’s licences to submit them to the nearest DVLA office for verification and replacement for the smart card driver’s licence.” 

    This exercise takes effect from now till 31st March 2024 after which all PVC card driver’s licence shall be rendered invalid by the Authority. This exercise is at no additional cost to the holder.”

    Press Release

    Meanwhile, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority, Ghana has warned that holders of such licenses who will fail to replace their licenses within the advertised period will have to reapply and undergo all required tests to obtain a new driver’s licence.

  • El Anatsui as Next Hyundai Commission Artist

    El Anatsui as Next Hyundai Commission Artist
    El Anatsui as Next Hyundai Commission Artist

    El Anatsui as Next Hyundai Commission Artist – Hyundai Motor Company and Tate Modern today declared that distinguished artist El Anatsui will make the next annual Hyundai Commission for Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall. Repurposing recovered materials into dazzling works of abstract art, Anatsui’s work explores themes that include the environment, consumption and trade. 

    Open to the general public from October 10, 2023 to April 14, 2024, Hyundai Commission: El Anatsui will be the eighth in an annual series of site-specific works created for the Turbine Hall by renowned international artists as part of a unique partnership between Tate and Hyundai Motor.

    El Anatsui

    El Anatsui (born in Anyako, Ghana in 1944) is best-known for his cascading metallic sculptures created of thousands of recycled bottle tops articulated with copper wire. Over a long-lasting and distinguished career as both artist and educator; serving as Professor of Sculpture and Departmental Head at the University of Nigeria. Anatsui has developed a highly experimental approach to sculpture, embracing a wide range of forms and materials, including ceramics, wood and other found objects. El Anatsui has experimented with liquor bottle tops since the late 1990s and continues to push the medium’s limit in novel ways, creating radical, transformative sculptures that assume new shapes with every installation.

    “El Anatsui’s works are distinguished by his dedication to exploring the transformative potential of art and his attention to histories. We look forward to seeing how El Anatsui transforms the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern for the eighth Hyundai Commission.” 

    DooEun Choi, Art Director, Hyundai Motor Company

    “El Anatsui is responsible for some of the most unique and unforgettable sculptures in recent times and we are delighted that he will tackle the Turbine Hall this autumn for the annual Hyundai Commission. Anatsui’s much-loved Ink Splash II 2012 in Tate’s collection enchants visitors wherever it’s shown, and we can’t wait to see how this inventive artist will approach a space like the Turbine Hall.” 

    Frances Morris, Director, Tate Modern

    The annual Hyundai Commission grants artists an opportunity to make new work for the Turbine Hall, a vast space that has hosted some of the world’s most memorable and acclaimed works of contemporary art since Tate Modern opened in 2000. 

    Hyundai Motor’s partnership with Tate, confirmed until 2026, is significant not only because it is the longest initial commitment from a corporate partner in Tate’s history, but also due to the shared vision between Hyundai and Tate to encourage new perspectives and ideas that create dialogue between artists, audiences and global communities.

    In addition to the Hyundai Commission, Hyundai Motor assists the Hyundai Tate Research Centre: Transnational through its partnership with Tate. The Hyundai Tate Research Centre: Transnational, was launched in January 2019, continues to assist challenge and revise dominant art histories and highlight global exchanges of artists and ideas.

  • First-Ever Bronco Raptor Off-Roadeo School

    First-Ever Bronco Raptor Off-Roadeo School To Professionally Teach Owners High and Low Speed Off-Roading
    First-Ever Bronco Raptor Off-Roadeo School To Professionally Teach Owners High and Low Speed Off-Roading

    First-Ever Bronco Raptor Off-Roadeo School To Professionally Teach Owners High and Low Speed Off-Roading:- Building on the successful Bronco Off-Roadeo, Bronco® Raptor® owners will now be able to part-take  in authentic and immersive high-performance experience. Beginning this summer, new Bronco Raptor SUV owners will be able to put the Bronco Raptor through an Ultra4 Racing-inspired, desert-dune conquering and Baja rock-crawling adventure outside of Las Vegas.

    “Bronco Raptor customers want to experience their SUVs in the Ultra4-inspired habitat it was developed for. Just like the King of the Hammers race, our Bronco Off-Roadeo Raptor Experience for our customers combines all of the thrilling and unforgiving terrain and conditions of the Mojave Desert with professional off-road instructors and school-provided Bronco Raptors for a Built Wild® experience.” 

    Mark Rushbrook, global director, Ford Performance Motorsports

    All-New Bronco Off-Roadeo Raptor Experience

    Included with the purchase of a 2022 or 2023 Bronco Raptor, customers receive a full-day of professionally-instructed driving experience configured just for this Ultra4-inspired SUV at an exclusive basecamp facility at Mt. Potosi, home of Bronco Off-Roadeo Nevada (minutes from the Las Vegas strip).

    Ensuring genuineness, the Bronco Off-Roadeo Raptor Experience is collectively designed by the Bronco brand and Ford Performance teams, Baja and King of the Hammers champions and world-class off-roader drivers like Vaughn Gittin Jr., Loren Healy and Brad Lovell, plus industry-leading off-road experts like Bob Burns that helped curate the trails and training scenarios.

    “There’s never been a high-performance, off-road SUV like Bronco Raptor that you can drive from showroom floor to the most remote and challenging places. Bronco Raptor Off-Roadeo is like the masters level course of our Off-Roadeo experiences. We’re teaching owners the skills needed to experience every bit of capability from their Bronco Raptor so they can gain confidence and responsible mastery in the outdoors.” 

    Dave Bozeman, vice president, Ford Customer Service Division, and vice president, Enthusiast Vehicles, for Ford Blue

    More than 31,000 Bronco owners and guests have attended or registered to attend Bronco Off-Roadeo at its four locations in Texas, Nevada, Utah and New Hampshire.

    The new Bronco Raptor one day experience adds all-new technical trails and thrilling challenges to build skills, while practicing Tread Lightly! principles to promote responsible off-roading. This experience will build familiarity and confidence regardless of experience level, plus Bronco Off-Roadeo’s professional coaches, who will show owners how to get the most out of their Ford Performance SUV.

    Owners may bring guests for an additional fee. To learn more about the Bronco Off-Roadeo Raptor Experience and sign up for updates, visit https://broncooffroadeo.com/broncoraptor.

    Bronco Off-Roadeo adventures focused on getting more owners into the wild

    The new Raptor Experience adds to Bronco Off-Roadeo’s expansion momentum, following November’s announcement of all 2023 Bronco Sport owners and order-holders now receiving complimentary Bronco Off-Roadeo adventure access and trail guide instruction. 

    Bronco Off-Roadeo adventure playgrounds include Horseshoe Bay, Texas (near Austin); Mt. Potosi, Nevada (near Las Vegas); Moab, Utah; and Gilford, New Hampshire. All four locations put drivers through a day long test across miles of curated trails while teaching them about the capabilities and performance of their Bronco two-, four-door, or Sport SUV model. To learn more about all Bronco Off-Roadeo programs and pricing, or to reserve a spot, visit https://broncooffroadeo.com.

  • India Art Fair 2023 – BMW India as Presenting Partner

    India Art Fair 2023 - BMW India as Presenting Partner. Second “The Future is Born of Art” commission on display. BMW Art Talk entitled “Raw and Radical”. 
    India Art Fair 2023 – BMW India as Presenting Partner. Second “The Future is Born of Art” commission on display. BMW Art Talk entitled “Raw and Radical”. 

    India Art Fair 2023 – BMW India as Presenting Partner. Second “The Future is Born of Art” commission on display. BMW Art Talk entitled “Raw and Radical”. 

    India Art Fair, the stellar platform showcasing modern and contemporary art from India and South Asia, takes place from February 9-12, 2023, at the NSIC Exhibition Grounds in New Delhi. Led in partnership with BMW India and with artists’ voices at its centre, the fair presents 85 exhibitors, including 71 galleries and 14 institutions. With India set to become the world’s fifth-largest economy, the increase of its art market has grown in parallel with India Art Fair at its helm.

    Building on the success of the last edition, the 2023 fair is the most ambitious to date, with enlarged floorspace to showcase South Asia’s greatest talent, spanning cutting-edge contemporary art and modern masters, and an extended Studio presenting the fair’s Digital Artist in Residence programme. The fair will be a assembly ground for curators, collectors and art professionals, strengthening cultural dialogue and ties with the international art scene.

    “BMW Group’s social sustainability commitment has always valued and nurtured various cultural engagements and co-operations globally and in India. Our resolve to strengthen intercultural platforms of creativity in the fields of art, music, design and architecture has flourished into long term partnerships with leading art and cultural platforms in the country. BMW India is delighted to present the latest edition of the India Art Fair and the Future is Born of Art commission for connoisseurs for art and automobiles.”

     Mr. Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India

    “This year, the India Art Fair raises the bar, boldly presenting its most ambitious edition to date. With an expanded programme of galleries, talks, performances, workshops, a new all-womxn artist posterzine, and the first-ever Young Collectors Hub in the city, the fair sets the stage for powerful artists’ voices to be heard loud and clear. As the market for Indian and South Asian art continues to expand, we invite visitors to immerse themselves in a world of creativity, and to embrace and proudly own their culture.” 

    Jaya Asokan, Fair Director of India Art Fair

    “The Future is Born of Art”

    “The Future is Born of Art” is an initiative by BMW India and India Art Fair which aims to propel rising Indian artists and further BMW Group’s dedication to promote art, sustainability and innovation. BMW India will showcase its second commission based on the theme “Forwardism” on the new BMW X7. 

    With her design for the BMW X7, the winner of the prestigious ‘‘The Future is Born of Art” Commission, Devika Sundar presents a breathtaking vision of the future. Titled “Boundless”, she blends the human body, cosmos and ocean into an imaginative universe in her artwork, reminding us of our shared humanity and collective interdependence.

    Shortlisted artists for the commission, which promises to increase emerging Indian names to a global stage, also included Aditi Aggarwal, Rithika Pandey and Sajid Wajid Shaikh. The shortlist for the Commission was selected by a jury that represents some of the most influential voices in Indian art, namely Dr. Deepanjana Klein, the Director of Acquisitions and Development at the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Jiten Thukral and Sumir Tagra, acclaimed artist duo, Shalini Passi, collector and founder of MASH, and Jaya Asokan, Fair Director at India Art Fair. The winning artist and design were chosen by the jury and an open public poll on India Art Fair’s website and Instagram channel.

    BMW Art Talk: “Raw and Radical”

    BMW Art Talk on the theme of “Raw and Radical” was hosted at the India Art Fair on February 10, 2023. Four trailblazing artists Mithu Sen, Jayashree Chakravarty, Benitha Perciyal and Diana Al-Hadid shared their inspiring journeys, the process of pushing the boundaries of creativity and producing ground-breaking work in a blunt conversation with Prof. Dr Thomas Girst, Head of Cultural Engagement at the BMW Group.

    At this year’s edition of the India Art Fair, BMW India furthermore display the first-ever fully electric BMW i7– a true all-electric luxury sedan that clearly demonstrates how an exclusive driving experience can be combined with an unwavering commitment to sustainability. The BMW i7 offers all-electric innovation, visionary design, and powerful driving dynamics so that you can make a striking impression everywhere you go. Built for the luminaries with next-level style and substance, it is undeniably alluring from the inside out.

    BMW Group Cultural Engagement in India
    Since its origin, BMW India has participated in leading cultural engagements across India. In 2007, two BMW Art Cars created by world renowned artists Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein were presented at the Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai. BMW Art Cars by Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, Sandro Chia and Cesar Manrique have been exclusively showcased at various editions of the India Art Fair.

    Since 2012, BMW has partnered with Kochi-Muziris Biennale, the contemporary art exhibition, which brings international artists to India and creates a global platform for Indian artists. In 2012-13, the innovative BMW Guggenheim Lab came to India. Based at Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum and conducted at six different venues in Mumbai, the lab organised six weeks of free programmes with diverse audiences and communities addressing the challenges and conditions of the urban city.

  • eWAKA secures $540k loan to accelerate growth in Kenya and East Africa

    eWAKA secures $540k loan to accelerate growth in Kenya and East Africa
    eWAKA secures $540k loan to accelerate growth in Kenya and East Africa

    eWAKA secures $540k loan to accelerate growth in Kenya and East Africa:- eWAKA, a Kenyan sustainable mobility startup has secured a $540,000 loan from the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) Start-up Fund of the Swiss Confederation.

    According to a statement, the $540,000 loan will support eWAKA’s 2023 plans to speed up a growth strategy focused on providing innovative and sustainable mobility technology in Africa through the local production and promotion of eWAKA’ signature electronic bike known as the Shujaa.

    It noted that given the transportation sector is the second highest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, the urban logistics sector in Africa and across the globe urgently needs to adopt new technologies and business models to fight climate change, which disproportionately affects African countries.

    The statement said –

    “The effects are being felt in major economic value chains including the agriculture sector, Africa’s largest. By adopting more cost-effective and environmentally friendly vehicles into transportation fleets, the logistics sector can play a crucial role in helping Africa tackle climate challenges while providing significant economic benefits to a number of critical industry sector value chains.”

    It further revealed that the growth strategy built on several pilot projects including a Shujaa market introduction will enable eWAKA to expand to other parts of Kenya and East Africa in 2023. A key element of eWAKA’s growth plans is to secure additional financing options for independent delivery drivers.

    Commenting on eWAKA’s 2023 growth strategy, Celeste Vogel, Co-founder, Chief Executive Officer & General Counsel of eWAKA said:-

     “eWAKA’s unique value add proposition is the completeness of the ecosystem we offer in the space of last-mile transportation. As understanding localized constraints and variables are key to successfully deploying micro-mobility models and solutions, eWAKA conducted several pilot projects with target customer segments to further develop our product line. For 2023, eWAKA will pursue strategic partnerships to expand our customer base by adding greater financing options and aggressively promoting the Shujaa rollout in Kenya, targeting the B2B sector as well as independent drivers.”

    Susanne Grossmann, the manager of SECO Start-up Fund commented on eWAKA financing facility:-

    “After a robust selection process, we are pleased to offer eWAKA a loan for executing their business model in Kenya. “We welcome the contribution to local production in the e-vehicle space and we hope that eWAKA will set a successful example for efficient, climate friendly traffic systems in African cities that meet the mobility needs of the continent.”

    2022 was a watershed year for eWAKA. Leveraging key customer segment insights and expanding local production capabilities, eWAKA is poised for growth in 2023 with a full product line for multiple customer segments offering flexible rental options, subscription and purchase plans to meet commutes, personal well-being, and net-zero targets.

  • Thousands flock to first “BMW Opera for All” concert in Australia

    Thousands flock to first “BMW Opera for All” concert in Australia
    “BMW Opera for All” concert in Australia

    Thousands flock to first “BMW Opera for All” concert in Australia. Support of local arts and culture scene in partnership with Opera Australia.

    BMW Australia brought joy to thousands this weekend at the first “BMW Opera for All” open-air concert held at Fed Square in Melbourne, Australia on Saturday, 4th February 2023. This premier concert in partnership with Opera Australia, the country’s largest performing arts organization, was a one-hour open-air concert featuring some of opera’s greatest hits.

    Thousands flock to first “BMW Opera for All” concert in Australia. The all-star cast included soprano Sophie Salvesani, direct from her mainstage opera debut in the acclaimed production of Don Giovanni (Limelight); Melbourne-born and three-time Green Room Award-winning mezzo-soprano Dimity Shepherd; Korean tenor Simon Kim, and acclaimed baritone Luke Gabbedy whose recent role debut in La Traviata received high praise (Arts Hub). The live orchestra from Orchestra Victoria and was led by one of Australia’s most exciting and well-known opera conductors, Brian Castles-Onion.

    The “BMW Opera for All” was attended by Lord Mayor of Melbourne Sally Capp, Opera Australia CEO Fiona Allan and BMW Group Australia CEO Wolfgang Buechel.

    Wolfgang Buechel, CEO of BMW Group Australia, highlighted that –

    “investing in people and culture is an integral part of our strategy globally and in the markets in which we operate.”

    The concert in Melbourne, known for its rich artistic, theatre, and music heritage, was the perfect choice for BMW’s first “Opera for All” event in Australia.

    “We are delighted that BMW Opera for All was such a success for Melbourne. It was great to see so many families and friends gathering in the CBD to experience the thrill of live opera singing – some for the very first time. It is an ongoing endeavor for Opera Australia to create free or low-cost opportunities to welcome newcomers into the exciting world of opera. We are deeply grateful that BMW shares our commitment in bringing opera to all.”

    Opera Australia CEO Fiona Allan

    “BMW Opera for All” in Melbourne is part of a series of open-air concerts and Opera Broadcasts that the BMW Group has also started with the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, the Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin and the London Symphony Orchestra, enabling hundreds of thousands to enjoy first-class music programs in a relaxed atmosphere.

  • Mercedes-Benz donates one million euros as emergency aid

    Mercedes-Benz donates one million euros as emergency aid
    Mercedes-Benz donates one million euros as emergency aid for population affected by the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria

    Mercedes-Benz donates one million euros as emergency aid for population affected by the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria

    Mercedes-Benz Group AG is donating one million euros (€1000000) to the German Red Cross (GRC) for the affected people in Turkey and Syria by the severe earthquakes. The donation will be used for emergency humanitarian aid on the ground in order to quickly provide the suffering population with the bare necessities. The relief operation of the German Red Cross (GRC) has already started.

    Mercedes-Benz is in contact with major aid organisations. Currently, monetary donations are needed in particular in order to be able to render professional help in the affected regions as quickly as possible. The company also organises a fundraising campaign for its employees.

  • Nissan heads to Tokyo Auto Salon 2023


    Nissan heads to Tokyo Auto Salon 2023 – The Fairlady Z customized edition, winner of the Grand Prix in the Tokyo International Custom Car Contest 2022, will be debut at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2023. This model is the mass-market version of the Nissan Fairlady Z customized proto that was unveiled at Tokyo Auto Salon 2022. Visitors to the Nissan booth will also see the all-new Serena declared in November, as well as concept versions of the Nissan Roox, Caravan, Cube, Sakura and Ariya.

    NISMO, which has continued to provide motorsport excitement through Super GT and the FIA Formula E World Championship, and Autech, renowned for Carrozzeria and high levels of added value, will display a combined four models.

    In collaboration with an outdoor magazine from publisher Geibunsha, eight Caravans will be displayed to mark the model’s 50th anniversary coming in February 2023.

    The Tokyo Auto Salon 2023 will take place at Makuhari Messe on January 13-15. Nissan’s booth will also have a selection of Nissan and NISMO-brand merchandise.

    Fairlady Z customized edition

    The mass-market version of the Nissan Fairlady Z customized proto, which won the Grand Prix in the Tokyo International Custom Car Contest 2022.

    The Fairlady Z432R will also be on display.

    Roox Suite concept

    Based on the Roox, a minivehicle featuring the latest Nissan innovations and technologies, customized to enable special times with loved ones.

    The cabin is more spacious and features premium seats and a piano, offering a relaxing and luxurious cabin.

    Powered Base for Pro (Caravan)

    This Caravan has been customized as a power base to support professionals in a wide variety of scenarios. It has four portable power packs consisting of rechargeable batteries from the Nissan LEAF. It also has solar panels, all combining to provide excellent power output capacity. This fully loaded Caravan also features a movable tool rack and a sterilizing air-conditioning system, meeting needs in the toughest of locations.

    Cube Refreshed & Retro concept

    This concept emerged from a project to enhance the appeal of used cars. This is a refreshed, secondhand Cube, a model that ended production in 2019. New parts have replaced the old both on the outside and inside, resulting in a customized blend of the cubic shape and retro looks.

    Serena Highway Star Accessory concept

    This customized version of the all-new Nissan Serena features add-ons such as front spoilers and illuminated front grille for a more dynamic look. The model is specially body-wrapped in aluminum for Tokyo Auto Salon 2023, and features additions to the cabin for comfort and fun.

    Serena Autech customized

    Based on the all-new Serena equipped with the latest Nissan technologies, the customized version displays sportiness and quality. The vehicle has 18-inch alloy wheels and lowered suspension.

    Sakura e-share mobi Kyoto concept
    Ariya e-share mobi Kyoto concept

    The Nissan Sakura, the all-new, fully electric minivehicle launched in May and the Nissan Ariya will appear as concepts specially designed for Nissan e-share mobi, Nissan’s car-sharing service. Both models will be displayed at the flagship Autobacs store in Kyoto. The concept features modern Japanese design with a side wrap of icons reminiscent of Kyoto. The interior of the SAKURA e-share mobi Kyoto concept is fitted with panels and floor mats developed by Autobacs Seven, a Nissan partner in Japan.

    Motul Autech Z

    The race car used this year in the Super GT GT500 class by drivers Tsugio Matsuda and Ronnie Quintarelli will be displayed. Kids will be able to sit in the vehicle to experience the feel of a true race car.

    X-Trail Autech customized

    Based on the all-new X-Trail SUV, the customized version delivers sophistication and glamour. It features 20-inch dark sputtering alloy wheels and white leather seats, completing the style with quality and elegance.

    Note Aura NISMO

    The Note Aura NISMO is based on the Nissan Note Aura with a design concept inspired by Formula-E. While incorporating the NISMO spirit and ethos, it features a NISMO-unique new-generation design, exhilirating handling, nimble response and rapid acceleration.

  • “Museo Automobili Lamborghini” renovation

    "Museo Automobili Lamborghini" renovation
    Automobili Lamborghini Museum

    “Museo Automobili Lamborghini” renovation – MUDETEC, the Lamborghini Museum of Technology in Sant’Agata Bolognese, will close from 10th to 22nd of December to allow for a very special new exhibit devoted to the 60th anniversary of the company founded in 1963. 

    When it reopens on December 23, the Automobili Lamborghini Museum will flaunt a completely refurbished look, dedicated to anniversary celebrations that will last throughout 2023.

    The Automobili Lamborghini Museum will remain open for tours throughout the Christmas season from 09:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. with last admission at 5 p.m., except for some days such as December 24, 25, 31 and January 1.

    More information about the Automobili Lamborghini’s hours can be found at: https://www.lamborghini.com/it-en/museo.

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