Lamborghinis from around the world have made a trip back to their hometown of Milan to make what could possibly be the coolest convoy in the history of convoys.
The 350 sleek roadsters with a combined horsepower of 190 000 formed a four-kilometre long convoy that began the tour from the Sforza Castle in Milan city centre and will end on Saturday at the company's headquarters near Bologna.
Drivers from 29 countries are taking part in the Lamborghini tour, which includes cars owned by the company and as well as aficionados, organisers said.
The biggest representation was from Britain, with 71 cars, followed by Germany, Italy and Switzerland with 30 Lamborghinis each.
Indonesia, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Singapore, South Korea, Tunisia and Ukraine were also among those represented.