Enthusiast visit Italy’s Auto Valley As soon as they arrive in Bologna, they can experience the car manufacturing tradition of the region.Airport officials and Lamborghini Let Huracán Evo gallop free on the tarmac.
For many years, Lamborghini has been providing follow-up cars for Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport.The latest Angry Bull to join the team is all-wheel drive Hurricane Evo Powered by a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10, it provides 631 horsepower.It is painted with a shade of green called Verde Turbine Matte and has a specific orange decal, reminiscent of the latest Evo-based Super Trofeo race car Debut in early 2022. pilot It took more than just a dizzying design to know where they were going, so Huracán also got a light bar.
You might ask what is “follow me”? The main task of Huracán is to welcome the upcoming aircraft at the end of the runway and guide it to the gate where passengers disembark. The driver kept in touch with the control tower, and the changes were not unheard of, so Lamborghini installed a radio in the cabin. How officials will decide who can fly the Huracán and who will eventually get the 55-horsepower economy class has not yet been revealed.We predict a fierce, winner-takes-all draw (or spaghetti, Considering that we are talking about a city famous for its pasta).
Lamborghini’s latest follow-me car will be in service until January 2022, so you may see it after landing in Bologna.It’s not always outside, but it’s easy to find out if it’s on the clock, because most other cars on the tarmac are small Fiat Models, such as 500 and Panda.And, if you like to watch airport cars, please pay attention to Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport: KLM is still using the older Mercedes-Benz G-Class 4x4s as a service vehicle.