February 7, 2023

Bologna airport puts 631-hp Lamborghini follow-me vehicle into assistance

Fans browsing Italy’s Motor Valley could get a taste of the region’s vehicle-setting up tradition as shortly as they land in Bologna. Airport officials renewed their partnership with Lamborghini to enable a Huracán Evo free on the tarmac.

Lamborghini has furnished the Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport with stick to-me autos for a number of a long time. The latest raging bull to join the fleet is an all-wheel-drive Huracán Evo run by a the natural way-aspirated, 5.2-liter V10 that provides 631 horsepower. It is really painted in a shade of environmentally friendly named Verde Turbine Matte and it wears precise orange decals, a livery reminiscent of the one witnessed on the latest Evo-primarily based Super Trofeo race auto unveiled earlier in 2021. Pilots need to have far more than a head-turning design to know wherever they are going, so the Huracán also gains a mild bar.

What is a “stick to-me vehicle” you may possibly ask? The Huracán’s principal undertaking is to meet an incoming airplane at the stop of the runway and information it to the gate exactly where its passengers will disembark. The driver is consistently in make contact with with the command tower, improvements are not unheard of, so Lamborghini installed a radio in the cabin. How officials will make your mind up who receives to drive the Huracán and who finishes up in a 55-horsepower econobox has not been exposed we forecast an powerful, winner-can take-all round of drawing straws (or tagliatelle, looking at we’re conversing about a metropolis globally recognized for its pasta-primarily based dishes).

Lamborghini’s most recent observe-me automobile will be in company till January 2022, so you may possibly catch a glimpse of it soon after landing in Bologna. It truly is not constantly out, but it can be straightforward to location if it is really on the clock due to the fact most of the other vehicles on the tarmac are compact Fiat styles, like the 500 and the Panda. And, if you’re into airport motor vehicle-recognizing, hold your eyes peeled at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport: KLM continue to employs more mature Mercedes-Benz G-Class 4x4s as company vehicles.