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Lamborghini took a 400GT 2+2 on a rather special tour of London, visiting the likes of Abbey Road Studios and Saville Row along the way. Why is that significant you might ask? Well, those are some of the journeys that helped cement the status of the world’s most successful band. The Beatles are celebrating the 60th anniversary of their debut single, Love Me Do and Lamborghini paid a fitting tribute.

Side view of a grey Lamborghini 400GT 2+2
Cars were of significant interest to The Beatles

When they performed together for the last time on the rooftop of their Saville Row Apple Corps HQ, the video shows a Rosso Alfa (red) Lamborghini 400GT was parked on the street below. All four members of the band were well-known car enthusiasts with Paul McCartney especially taking a liking to Lamborghini. Rumour has it that he even owned a 400GT at one point!

Front view of a Lamborghini 400GT 2+2 parked on Abbey Road
The 400GT is a rather special car in the band’s history

In Lamborghini’s video, English journalist, Dylan Jones OBE joins them for a drive tour to explore London’s influence on The Beatles as well as the sixties. Watch the video below for a little trip back in time!

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Words by Matthew D’Souza, pictures courtesy of Lamborghini Media.

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