In an unprecedented move by the luxury car maker, Lamborghini Las Vegas designed the first and only venue of its kind in the world where guests are invited to preview the latest collection of "super cars," shop the Lamborghini retail boutique and dine on fine Italian cuisine surrounded by world class art -- all ensconced in a lavish and spectacular setting!
Pretty much everything here is authentic Italian. Dal Toro's menu was created by chef Fiorenzo Trunzo. Its interiors feature Italian design, sculptures and of course, wine.
The Lamborghini Las Vegas space, valued at $30 million, was designed by Italian architect Paolo Cortese. There's over $2 million worth of art in the place, including Charging Bull by Italian artist, Arturo di Modica. (And a famous piece from German contemporary artist Horst Kohlem.)
As for the actual Lamborghini cars, Lamborghini Las Vegas's exotic car gallery is located on two levels and allow guests to peruse some of the "supercars" for sale such as: Bugatti, Ferrari, Saleen, Spyker, McLaren.
But for most of us, we'll just have to settle for a Lamborghini key chain from the shop.
[Photos: Tom Donoghue]