Seattle drives state-of-the-art Lamborghini research to new heights

Jun 13, 2015 1629

by Rita Cipalla

On a quiet street not far from downtown Seattle, tucked between overgrown fields and train tracks, are several drab-brown buildings with white roll-up doors. Their nondescript location belies the fact that some of the world's most revolutionary research in automotive materials is going on inside.

The Automobili Lamborghini Advanced Composite Structures Laboratory, headed by Dr. Paolo Feraboli, opened in Seattle in 2007. Last month, the lab launched a small technology and engineering museum, showcasing Lamborghini's pioneering efforts in carbon fiber and composite materials.

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