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Automobili Lamborghini is taking part in the Modena Motor Valley Fest May 16-19 through a number of initiatives to celebrate the region not only where it is headquartered, but where the greatest excellences of the sports automotive industry are also located.
Chairman and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini Stefano Domenicali will be one of the key panelists of the round-table conference dedicated to the future of the automotive industry on Thursday, May 16 on the occasion of the inaugural conference at the Pavarotti Theatre in Corso Canalgrande.
Lamborghini will exhibit an Islero owned by the company museum, MUDETEC, for the entire duration of the event inside Palazzo Ducale, today a Military Academy, in Piazza Roma in Modena. Over the weekend, also in Piazza Roma, car enthusiasts will have the chance to admire few models of today’s range: the Aventador SVJ, queen of Nürburgring, and the Super SUV Urus, on display in the shades of green, white and red, the colors of the Italian flag.
Adrenaline – Modena Racetrack
Lamborghini’s latest new addition, the Huracán EVO, will be on show at the Modena racetrack during the entire weekend dedicated to Motor1Days, together with the race version, Huracán Super Trofeo Evo Collector, the exclusive limited edition model whose engine will be revving up on the track at 3 p.m. Saturday, the 18th, as it makes a few demonstration laps. At 4 p.m., it will take part in the Motor1Days Parade.
The creativity of Centro Stile Lamborghini will be represented by a display corner all weekend and by a speech by and interview with Mitja Borkert, Head of Design, who will talk about the secrets lying behind the design of the Lamborghini masterpieces at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, the 18th.
Innovation and Talents
Lamborghini will also be at “Innovation and Talents”: the Motor Valley Fest section conceived as an ideal place for companies, universities and young innovators to meet and share ideas.
at noon on May 17th, Maurizio Reggiani, Chief Technical Officer of Automobili Lamborghini, will hold a talk at the Great Hall of the Rectorate (Via Università 4), in the framework of the workshop on the theme “The Cars of the Future are Electronic”.
Automobili Lamborghini staff members of the Human Resources, Sales and Squadra Corse will answer questions asked by students interested in working for the House of the Raging Bull at the area set up inside the Laboratorio Aperto Ex Centrale AEM in Modena on May 16-17.
Head of Motorsport Giorgio Sanna will take part, at the same area, in the “Motorsport University Forum” on Thursday, May 16 at 3 p.m., when the world of the university racing teams and the Automobili Lamborghini Squadra Corse will meet together.
On May 17, at noon, it will be the turn of the Talent Talk Lamborghini, in which Employer Branding Manager Alberto Ferrarotto and Chassis Project Leader for Super Sports Cars Sara Valentini will present their thoughts on the skills and jobs of the future in the world of super sports cars.
Motor Valley Fest visitors will also have the possibility to visit MUDETEC, the company museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese, open every day from 9:30 a.m. until 6 p.m.