Lamborghini’s big electric turn

Lamborghini’s big electric turn


Posted November 24, 2021, 9:00 amUpdated November 26, 2021 at 1:11 am

In the heart of Emilia-Romagna, in the north of Italy, the only Parco Lamborghini bears the symbol of a silent revolution. Here, we are quiet and we listen to the silence, undisturbed by the buzzing of thousands of bees that have lived there. A total of thirteen hives have been installed, under the honey produced by Hymenoptera than their behavior, which is regularly studied by researchers from the University of Bologna. It will measure the level of air pollution, while, a few kilometers away, it will roar dozens of supercars with V12 engines.

At the historic Sant’Agata Bolognese factory, however, efforts are being made to reduce the carbon footprint of Lamborghini’s operations as much as possible. Thanks to significant investment, especially in large photovoltaic installations, the site now benefits from “CO2 on either side “. In the aisles, visitors are invited to discover the latest plans, including the construction of a pipeline connecting the site with the trigeneration plant, which allows in part to obtain “clean” energy. Communication is fueled, a clear message: the “green” of the manufacturer continues.