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When Lambo? Elysium Bridge, Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum to Launch NFT Collection

In the world of cryptocurrency, the Lamborghini Italian sports car has been a favorite among crypto enthusiasts for years. Following a slew of notable automobile makers and race teams releasing NFTs, Lamborghini’s non-fungible token (NFT) collection will be dropping on the new Elysium Bridge platform.

Elysium Bridge Plans to Launch a Lamborghini NFT Collection

On September 25, a non-fungible token (NFT) collection featuring the popular Italian brand and manufacturer of luxury sports cars, Lamborghini, will be launched. The Lamborghini NFTs will be sold on Elysium Bridge and the pieces will represent the collection kept at the Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum in Italy.

The museum is dedicated to the life of Ferruccio Lamborghini, the creator of the company. Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum was “conceived and founded by the entrepreneur Tonino Lamborghini to celebrate his father,” the website notes.

When Lambo? Elysium Bridge, Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum to Launch NFT Collection

The Elysium Bridge Lamborghini NFT collection announcement reveals that the owners and heirs of the museum, Tonino and Ferruccio Jr., believe the NFTs showcasing the “rarest pieces of their private collection” is a historical event.

When Lambo? Elysium Bridge, Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum to Launch NFT Collection
The Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum in Italy was created by Ferruccio Lamborghini’s sons Tonino and Ferruccio Jr.

Enrico Branchetti and Patrick Jusic, the co-founders of Elysium Bridge, believe the NFTs will give a glimpse into the Lamborghini family legacy. Branchetti is a telecommunications entrepreneur and another founding partner, Filippo Sgarbi, is the director of the IUM Motor Club in Monte Carlo.

“[The Lamborghini NFT event] will be a real journey of discovery of the unique pieces present at the auction, in which historical backgrounds and details never made public and until now known only by the Lamborghini Family itself will be revealed,” Branchetti said in a statement.

Lambo NFT Art by Emanuele Dascanio, Giovanni Motta, and 4 Other Internationally Known Artists

Lamborghini joins a slew of well-known car brands and race teams that are stepping into the NFT fray. In recent times, DeLorean Motor Company (DMC) launched NFTs, and supercar collector Mario Bauer tokenized his Lamborghini Aventador LP720/4 50th anniversary edition. Porsche has jumped into the non-fungible token industry, the popular Motor Team McLaren stepped into the NFT game, and the famous race 24 Hours of Le Mans has also launched NFTs.

The Lamborghini NFTs have been crafted by six well-known artists including Emanuele Dascanio and Giovanni Motta. The website dedicated to the upcoming Lambo NFTs features a video trailer of the event set to happen on September 25. In terms of other artists that participated, the Elysium Bridge team says “other names [will] be announced soon.”

What do you think about the Lamborghini NFTs presented by Elysium Bridge and the Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.

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