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Company Profile

Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

Founded in 1963, Automobili Lamborghini is headquartered in Sant’Agata Bolognese, in Northern Italy. 

The Lamborghini Urus, its third model line and the first Super SUV, was launched in 2017, creating a new niche in the luxury segment with benchmark power, performance and driving dynamics, unparalleled design, luxury and daily usability.

The V10 Huracán family, successor to the iconic Gallardo, debuted in 2014 with the 2017 Huracán Performante (Spyder version in 2018), proving its capabilities with several lap records. In 2019 the new Huracán EVO (Coupe and Spyder) were introduced, featuring the V10 engine from the Performante and incorporating next-generation vehicle dynamic control and aerodynamics. In 2020 the new Huracán EVO RWD launches with a performance providing unfiltered feedback and an emotive and engaging driving experience controlled by the pilot. In May 2020 the new Huracán EVO RWD Spyder was revealed virtually, using for the first time Augmented Reality (AR) on Lamborghini’s official website

The Aventador S Coupé and Roadster launched in 2017 represent a new benchmark in the world of V12 luxury super sports cars. The Aventador SVJ, presented in August 2018, claimed its position as the Nürburgring-Nordschleife production car record holder, completing the 20.6 km lap in just 6:44.97 minutes. In 2019 the SVJ Roadster was introduced to the markets. 

With 165 dealerships throughout the world, the company has seen global sales growth for the last nine consecutive years, with 8,205 cars delivered in 2019.

Over half a century Automobili Lamborghini created a continuous series of dream cars, including the 350 GT, Miura, Espada, Countach, Diablo, Murciélago, as well as limited editions such as the Reventón, Sesto Elemento, Veneno and the Centenario. With the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 unveiled in 2019, a few-off build of only 63 units, the company delivers unique new hybrid technologies, featuring the world-first application of a supercapacitor for hybridization, new materials technology, and unsurpassed Lamborghini performance.


Company data

Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A., with legal seat in S. Agata Bolognese (BO) 40019 Via Modena 12 Italy
Business Register of Bologna  no. 259882
Share capital duly paid up Euros 130.000.000
P Iva 00591801204  Fiscal code 03049840378
A sole shareholder company part of Audi Group 
Registered email address:


Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.
Via Modena, 12
PHONE: +39 051 959.7611


Fly to BOLOGNA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BLQ) and continue by taxi or rental car. Our headquarters is also reachable by bus.


(35 km, about 35 minutes)
Bologna Taxi operators:
COTABO tel. + 39 051 372.727
TAXI CAT tel. + 39 051 534.141
CO.SE.PU.RI tel. +39 051 519.090
SACA tel. +39 051 6349.444


From BOLOGNA BUS STATION, close to Bologna Centrale railway station: bus 576 – direction Crevalcore (about 55 min). Our headquarters is 5 minutes on foot from the bus stop: S. AGATA B. CHIESA FRATI.

Board Management

  • Stephan Winkelmann, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

    Stephan Winkelmann was born in Berlin on the 18 October 1964 and grew up in Rome, Italy.
    He studied political science in Rome and took his degree in Munich. In 1991 he started his professional career at a German financial institution before moving to the automotive industry, working firstly for Mercedes-Benz and then for Fiat Auto from 1994 to 2004, until he was appointed CEO of Fiat Auto Austria, Switzerland and Germany. Stephan Winkelmann was President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A from 2005 to 2016. In March 2016, he became CEO of Quattro GmbH (today Audi Sport GmbH) before joining Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. as President from the beginning of 2018 until November 2021.
    Winkelmann returned to Lamborghini as President and CEO on 1 December 2020.

  • Paolo Poma, Chief Financial Officer

    Paolo Poma is Chief Financial Officer, Managing Director and Board Member of Automobili Lamborghini. He is responsible for finance, administration and control, IT, legal affairs, compliance and risk management. Born in Bergamo on June 22, 1966, Poma received his degree in Engineering Management from the Polytechnic University of Milan. He began his career in the construction sector, where he worked in operations, and then went on to earn his Master’s in Business Administration from the SDA Bocconi School of Management. In 2000 he went to work for McKinsey & Co. in Milan and, after two years, was appointed Director of Planning and M&A for Ducati. In 2005, he took over the same position at the Tenaris Group in Buenos Aires. In 2007, he returned to Ducati, where he filled various finance roles with increasing levels of responsibility, until his appointment as CFO in 2011. Following Ducati’s acquisition by the VW Group in 2012, he guided the company through its integration into the group and, in 2015, he was appointed Chief Financial Officer and Managing Director of Volkswagen Group Italia, from where he joined Lamborghini. He has a partner, Giulia, and a four-year-old daughter, Chiara. He is passionate about running and skiing.

  • Maurizio Reggiani, Chief Technical Officer

    Maurizio Reggiani is Chief Technical Officer and Board Member of Automobili Lamborghini. He was born in San Martino Spino (Modena). He has been the Research & Development Director of Automobili Lamborghini since 2006. Maurizio and his team manage every phase of vehicle design and testing, ensuring that the products they create and develop are highly innovative and of elite quality, in keeping with the company's DNA. He began his automotive career in 1982, and came to Automobili Lamborghini in 1998 as a Project Leader for Murciélago where he worked until 2001, when he was appointed Manager of the Powertrain and Suspensions division. A fan of both soccer and engines, he is also very fond of history and technology in general.

  • Ranieri Niccoli, Chief Manufacturing Officer

    Ranieri Niccoli is Chief Manufacturing Officer and Board Member of Automobili Lamborghini. He was born in Bologna on November 12, 1968, and earned a degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Rome in 1995. He began his career at FIAT Automobili, where he held a number of positions of increasing responsibility in the Production area before becoming Head of Assembly at the Mirafiori site. He continued his career at Bonfiglioli Riduttori. In 2008 he became Chief Manufacturing Officer at Automobili Lamborghini, where he is in charge of Production, Logistics, Industrial Technology, and Infrastructure. He married his wife Francesca in 2000 and the couple have three children: Lorenzo, Gabriele, and Francesco. He is passionate about sport, movies and music.

  • Federico Foschini, Chief Marketing & Sales Officer

    Federico Foschini is Chief Marketing & Sales Officer and member of the board of directors of Automobili Lamborghini. Born in Ravenna on 20 August 1972, Foschini has a degree in Management Engineering and has worked at Lamborghini for over 20 years. He has held several positions, vested with ever-growing responsibility, first in purchasing and then as Project Management Officer, until he was appointed Sales Manager in 2015 before taking over as Chief Procurement Officer in 2019. Since March 2021, Federico Foschini has taken over the position of Chief Marketing & Sales Officer.
    In addition to his considerable interest in the automotive industry, he loves music and sports, and plays tennis and soccer, and skis.

  • UMBERTO TOSSINI, Chief Human Capital Officer

    Umberto Tossini has been Director of Human Resources & Organization and Board Member of Automobili Lamborghini since October 2006. He focuses on the career paths of its human resources and the processes associated with a modern leadership model and the promotion of a corporate culture based on shared values. His strategic approach to HR takes into account not only the business but also its sustainability in the community, leading to several acknowledgements and awards for the company, including Top Employer 2016, 2017 and 2018. Tossini was born in Avellino in 1967 and earned a Law Degree at LUISS University in Rome. An avid cyclist, he is also passionate about theater and 20th century literature.

  • Silvano Michieli, Chief Procurement Officer

    Silvano Michieli is Chief Procurement Officer and member of the Board of Automobili Lamborghini. Born in California on July 8, 1978, he received a degree in Management Engineering from the University of Bologna. Michieli is a historic figure at Automobili Lamborghini, having begun his career at the Sant’Agata Bolognese headquarters in the Industrial area in 2004 to then hold several project leader and management positions in the Supply Chain area, in both Logistics and Procurement. In 2013 he moved to Audi for two years to serve as Manager Procurement Exteriors. In 2015, he returned to Automobili Lamborghini to take the position of Chief Procurement Officer. Michieli is married with three children, and enjoys mountain hiking in his leisure time.


Our Corporate Social Responsibility strategy is aimed at creating value through a responsible approach to the area in which the Company operates, helping to ensure sustainable economic and social development, with a constant focus on ecology, to preserve the planet for current and future generations.
Our commitment to society translates into numerous initiatives aimed at enhancing links with the local area by focusing on Culture and Professional Training:  we have long-standing partnerships with local institutions, schools and major Italian universities, because the skills of our people are one of the Company's most important assets and a driving force for the development of the area in which we operate. The DESI (Dual Education System Italy) project falls within this area: an innovative educational path in Italy inspired by the German dual education system, which combines compulsory education with professional training in a company.
Lamborghini also values and supports Italy's significant cultural heritage by supporting many cultural activities in the region, first and foremost our partnership with the Teatro Comunale di Bologna theatre, with which the Company shares the goal of pursuing excellence as well as having our origins in the same region.
Our Corporate Social Responsibility strategy also guides us in the creation of value through people-centric management, with a view to continuous improvement; this includes numerous activities and initiatives aimed both at our staff and their families. 

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Lamborghini Top Employer 2021

Uniqueness and beauty are what represent our everyday job.
Beauty is spread everywhere and we try our best to keep it going with us.

We take care of our people as we do for our customers. When people love their jobs, live their passion, have time for their families and enjoy their free time, the tangible results are our unique cars. Attention and dedication make them a masterpiece. 

Ever since 1963 Lamborghini has given birth to the best blend of innovative technology and exceptional performance, redefining the idea of luxury super sports cars.
We’re proud to be certified as Top Employer 2021 in Italy, as we have been awarded for the last 8 years.

Top Employer 2021

Automobili Lamborghini is committed to ensuring that its economic and business goals are consistent with the continuous improvement of environmental protection and energy efficiency.
The company is developing an integrated environmental strategy based on innovations in both its production processes and its products. This commitment enabled us to make the entire production facility CO2-neutral in 2015.  The construction of an integrated photovoltaic plant with an area of 17,000 square meters on the facility is part of this commitment. Also, Automobili Lamborghini is the first and only car manufacturer in Italy to have earned EMAS environmental certification. This important accreditation was awarded in July 2009, just a few months after the company achieved ISO 14001 certification for meeting international standards on environmental management.
2011 saw the opening of Lamborghini Park, part of the “Lamborghini for Biodiversity - Oak Forest Research Project”, involving the planting of more than 10,000 young oak trees in an area of approximately 70,000 square meters in the town of Sant’Agata Bolognese. This experimental study examined the relationships between plants, their density, climate and CO2, and was carried out in cooperation with the Municipality of Sant’Agata Bolognese, the Universities of Bologna and Bolzano in Italy, and the University of Munich in Germany. In 2011, Automobili Lamborghini also became the first car manufacturer in Italy to be granted ISO 50001 certification, thus reaffirming the company’s strong commitment to constantly improving its energy performance in every field.
In November 2012, Lamborghini signed an agreement with the Italian Ministry of the Environment, Land and Sea - the first ever in Italy in the automotive sector - regarding joint projects for enhancing the environmental sustainability of production processes and products. Thanks to this agreement, a method was established for analyzing CO2 emissions and calculating the total produced (carbon footprint) during the production stages of carbon fiber monocoques and components, so that such emissions could be reduced and/or neutralized. Following this project, Lamborghini obtained ISO 14064 certification in September 2013. This is the first certification of its kind issued by DNV in the world.

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To deliver the most desirable luxury super sports cars we aim to uncompromising Quality up to the finest detail. Quality is a Core competence of Automobili Lamborghini.
Design and produce the most reliable, appealing and innovative luxury super sports cars worldwide, with the purpose of exceeding expectation of our customer.
Continuous improvement and orientation to Quality standards are the main principles of our daily work; the basis to achieve our targets are the knowledge, development and satisfaction of our employees,  a process-oriented QM to maximize the customer satisfaction and an effective integration with the Group.
Quality targets are defined for Areas, Processes and Project, those include: produce appealing and reliable cars, excellent service and a rational, ecologic and safe processes.
Staff are the source of the quality and success of performances, for this reason all Lamborghini employees share responsibility of the targets achievement.

Image of a workman's hand as he works on the headlight of a red Lamborghini.


In order to ensure fairness and transparency in its business dealings, the Company has led to the adoption of an Organizational, Management and Control Model, pursuant to the Legislative Decree 231/01, which represents a valuable tool ensuring that all those who work for and with Automobili Lamborghini adopt behaviors in compliance with the applicable legal provisions.

To oversee the Organizational Model 231/01 implementation, the Board of Directors has appointed an Independent Body (IB) intended to verify its effectiveness, efficiency and adaptation over time.

Anyone, employees, business partners and third parties who would like to contact the Independent Body or making a reporting concerning alert related to Model 231/01 and /or Ethic Code can use the following channels available:

- E-mail:

- E-mail: (available only to the external members of the IB)

- Postal address: Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. "Independent Body" Via Modena n. 12 – 40019 - Sant’Agata Bolognese (BO).

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In order to deal with products' complexity and the challenges presented by competition, for taking into consideration also all those who have a legitimate stake in the Company's activities, Automobili Lamborghini has prepared an Ethic Code, that aims to guide the behaviours of all those who operate with and come into contact with the Company. 

The observance of this Code is fundamental for the efficiency, reliability and reputation of Automobili Lamborghini, above the requirements imposed by the Law.


Whistleblower system

Integrity and compliance with laws and regulations are the basis of our business and have top priority within Automobili Lamborghini in order to safeguard its reputation.
For this reason, a promptly reporting of possible errors, law violations or behaviors not compliant with company’s principles, allows to identify and effectively manage all types of irregularities.
The company, therefore, provides several channels to which you can address to.

Whistleblower system

Please note that these channels are not to be used for reporting commercial matters, for which we invite customers to Contact Us.


State Aid

Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Italian Ministry for Economic Development, Invitalia and the Emilia-Romagna Region to carry out Industrial Research and Experimental Development projects pursuant to Ministerial Decree of December 9, 2014 – Development Contracts, and Regional Law 14/2014 – Emilia-Romagna Promotion of Investments. They are respectively co-funded by the Italian Ministry for Economic Development – Development and Cohesion Fund 2014-2020 and the Emilia-Romagna Region – POR ERDF Emilia-Romagna 2014-2020.


In October 2019, Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. signed a Company Induction and Development Agreement (ARIS) with the Italian Emilia Romagna Region regarding an Industrial Research and Experimental Development project funded by a regional contribution of Euro 1,500,000.00.
This project will allow the company to introduce special lightweight materials to body parts, windows and shape memory materials to implement moving parts to replace complex and heavy electrically actuated systems, in addition to using plastic and metal 3D printing to replace standard production technologies on special components with reduction of the material used and bone growth design.
The primary goal of the project is to search for an overall reduction in weight of the vehicle tied to the modern performance standards of supercars and to the need to reduce masses in order to increase the endurance of electric motors.

State Aid

Independent Operator

Service Information Portal is the Lamborghini portal for independent operators accessible from the link:


    The website provides all the information and software needed for maintenance and repairs of Lamborghini vehicles starting from Gallardo MY10 and later MYs in compliance with European Commission Regulation 692/2008 as later amended.

    If you have special requests, you can contact the Lamborghini Service Information Virtual Bureau at the email address

    The service is active Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 to 5 p.m. GMT

    Remember that:
    Every request will be dispatched within 5 business days from receipt of the email
    Requests will be considered only if they are written in English or Italian

Independent Operator