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Don’t be surprised if you see pictures of several Lamborghinis traveling on Japanese islands. For the seventh year in a row, Lamborghini organized the Esperienza Giro Japan, a special driving tour for its Japanese owners. This tour began on April 24 on the island of Okinawa.

Okinawa was the focus island

Twenty of the best Lamborghini models began a parade-like tour of Okinawa at the Ryukyu Hotel and Resort Nashiro Beach. From there, the supercars headed south and drove across Nirai Kanai Bridge to Nanjo City. When they arrived at the hotel in this city, these owners were greeted by the first Revuelto delivered in Japan.

This Japanese tour along the Island of Okinawa is the seventh one of what should be many. This setting is the perfect place for such a tour. Okinawa is a beautiful island with ocean scenery and natural beauty along most roadways.

Lamborghinis on an Okinawa Driving Tour
Lamborghinis on an Okinawa Driving Tour | Lamborghini

Strong military presence on Okinawa

Although it has little to do with the Lamborghini tour or the brand, the United States Marine Corps operates several bases on Okinawa. This is one of the three major locations of the Marines, who maintain a presence in the Pacific.

Starting this tour on Okinawa, the Marines saw more than 20 amazing Italian cars driving around on the roads, passing base gates, and touring the cities. The models in attendance included a new Huracan Sterrato, a classic Countach, and the Huracan STO.

Lamborghini Supercars Touring Okinawa
Lamborghini Supercars Touring Okinawa | Lamborghini

The Lamborghini tour moves on

After touring Okinawa for a day, the Japanese Lamborghini parade headed to Sesoko Island for lunch before heading back to the Ritz Carlton Okinawa. On the third and final day of driving, these cars drove toward the northernmost tip of Okinawa island. This ended another successful Lamborghini Esperienza Giro Japan.

“Lamborghini was born as a dream car and for it to stay as a dream car, we place great importance on staying in touch with our customers through various services and events even after they have bought their cars. At this year’s Lamborghini Esperienza Giro Japan, which is the seventh one, I am very happy to meet Lamborghini owners in Okinawa where nature is in abundance.”

Davide Sfrecola, Head of Lamborghini Japan

Who else does this?

How many automakers host tours and parades of this ilk for its owners? Although most companies desire repeat customers and work to help drivers choose their brand again, very few organize events like this one.

Source: CarScoops