By: Patrick Beech
Lamborghini owners broke their record in the Malaysia Book of Records, which they set in 2013, by organising an even larger gathering of their cars this time around.
The Lamborghini Owners Malaysia (LOM) brought together 112 owners who assembled at the open-air carpark in front of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
It was the largest gathering of its kind locally and was made possible by existing LOM members and other Lamborghini owners across Peninsular Malaysia.
“This milestone in our club’s history is also an ode to the legendary Lamborghini brand which celebrates beauty and performance, and is known for it’s indomitable spirit,” said LOM president Roslan Rosdi. Also present were Italian ambassador Massimo Rustico and LOM organising chairperson Datuk Rakesh Sachdev.
“Our record-breaking achievement would not have been successful without the sense of community showcased by our members who turned up that morning,” he added.
Vintage and rare Lamborghini models graced the event. This included the likes of the Gallardo Malaysia Limited Edition (of which only 20 were ever produced) and Murcielago, amidst more modern standouts such as the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder, Aventador SVJ and Urus SUV.
77 owners from both Malaysia and Singapore participated in the first record-setting attempt in 2013, which was in conjunction with Lamborghini’s global 50th anniversary celebrations.
Established in 2014 with only 50 members, LOM today boasts 150 members.