Latest Lamborghini gathering in Malaysia featured over 160 breathtaking cars

It set a new record.
  • A new record has been set in Malaysia
  • 168 Lamborghinis came together at the same time – the most ever
  • And they did so at the highest recorded altitude, making automotive history


Published on Apr 19, 2024 at 1:48PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 19, 2024 at 1:48PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood

A new record has been set in Malaysia with 168 Lamborghini cars coming together at the same time – and it’s a pretty impressive sight.

History was made on March 1 by Resorts World Genting and the supercar club, Lamborghini Owners Malaysia (LOM).

Lamborghini owners and supercar enthusiasts alike came together for a grand parade, featuring a convoy of Raging Bulls traveling across the scenic roads of the Ulu Kali Mountain.

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And it made for some pretty impressive sounds as well, with the roars and revs of the elite engines turning heads.

Upon reaching their destination of Resorts World Genting, the latest, rare models and classic Lamborghinis formed an impressive lineup at the Genting Grand car park.

The Murcielago, Aventador SVJ, and Urus SUV – one of which you can get your hands on at SBX Cars – were all spotted.

The supercars were accompanied by traditional lion dances, paluan kompang performances.

LOM actually achieved a second record, in the process.

As well as the largest assembly of Lamborghinis, with a total of 168 vehicles, they also gained another superlative.

It was the highest altitude Lamborghini gathering, held at an altitude of 1,865 m (6,119 ft) above sea level.

The Malaysian Book of Records presented a certificate to the entire LOM community to honor their unique achievement – and it looks like they had a lot of fun making it.

Sure, it’s a niche record, but it’s theirs.

LOM also held the previous record for the largest gathering.

On 11 June 2022, 112 Lamborghinis gathered at the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) open-air car park.

If you’re a more general supercar fan, you’ll love to see car enthusiasts line the streets of Miami with $50 million worth of supercars.

What’s more, supercars took over Dubai town in a spectacular display of automotive tech amid the architecture.

And if that weren’t enough of a treat for the day, the event was concluded with a gala dinner in the evening called ‘The Bulls Night’.

The elegant evening unfolded at the Genting International Showroom with a glitzy dress code that saw attendees in tuxedoes and evening gowns.

In the spirit of Lamborghini’s unequivocal style, attendees were treated to musical and dance performances alongside fashion shows in the true

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