Lamborghini Factory Italy


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lamborghini murcielago sv factory italy

Lamborghinis factory in SantAgata Bolognese, Italy builds its fastest car ever the Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV, of which just 350 will be made. The factory builds the car almost entirely by hand including its engine and body. The SV is also painted and assembled by hand, including installation of the famous Lamborghini scissor doors. Every car is custom-built to order and 2.7 cars are completed per day! Catch the National Geographic series “Ultimate Factories” which will showcase the Lamborghini Factory on October 1 at 8pm ET/PT!


The engine is brought to life for the first time during this diagnostic test. The test takes two hours in a hot test chamber. It is put through a series of computer based test. The tests check its mechanical linkages, its seals, and its ability to withstand heat.

lamborghini factory paint booth

The body shell in the paint booth before making its journey to the assembly line. It is hand painted by a team of two painters. One painter paints the inside and another paints the exterior. No two painters can paint exactly alike and the finished product will appear flawless only if it is painted by the same person.

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A Lamborghini is being put through the roll test, one of the numerous quality check points in the Sant Agata Bolognese Factory. Braking, transmission and the ability to handle speed are checked. Technicians will take the car up to speeds as fast as 100 mph.

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lamborghini test driver giorgio sanna

Giorgio Sanna, Lamborghini test driver, in front of a matte finish. All Lamborghini’s are tested on public roads after they are completed.

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lamborghini factory italy solar panel roof

The Sant’Agata facility also has a new photovoltaic rooftop that’s said to create 1582 Megawatt hour of annual energy. This alone will cut CO2 by 20% in two years’ time!

[Source: NationalGeographic]

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