Montreal Is Hosting A Lamborghini Car Show In May

The city's first ever exotic 'Cars & Coffee'.
Montreal Is Hosting A Lamborghini Car Show In May

Prepare yourselves car lovers because Montreal is about to get a lot sexier. As you all know when the F1 - Grand Prix comes to town, the city gets filled with super cars. The only problem is that you barely catch a glimpse of them as they drive by unless you're lucky enough to find one parked so that you can bask in its awesomeness.

Well now you'll be able to get your fill of super cars at Montreal first ever Exotic Cars & Coffee event taking place May 16th at 16710 Transcanadienne in Kirkland. The event will feature between 80 and 100 Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porsches. In fact, Lamborghini Montreal will be taking the cars out of their dealerships and putting them on display for you to be able to admire up close including Aventadors, Huracans, Murcielagos, Gallardos and Diablos.

So bring a coffee, check out some amazing vehicles and rub elbows with the most knowledgeable car experts in Montreal. Cars and coffee events have been growing in popularity around the world recently so it's about time Montreal got in on all the fun.

Check out their Facebook page for more information.

Photo cred - LamborghiniMTL

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