Lamborghini celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Espada in London
During the celebrations for the 50 years of the model, Lamborghini brought to London the Espada Series III of 1976 owned by its Museum in Sant'Agata Bolognese.
The first stop on the trip to London was Pall Mall, the historic home of the Royal Automobile Club founded in 1897 and considered the cradle of English motoring.
In anticipation of the dinner organized by the RAC to celebrate its 50th anniversary, the Espada was on display in the legendary "Rotunda", the hall of the Club where the most important cars in history have been exhibited.
From Pall Mall the Espada then reached the mythical Abbey Road, where at the number 3 in August 50 years ago the timeless song "Hey Jude" by the Beatles was recorded at the famous Abbey Studios, among the symbolic places of London and among the most visited destinations by tourists.
In reference to the album cover, the Espada has been immortalized on the pedestrian crossings of the street, located right in front of the recording studios.