Lamborghini's raging bulls have been roaming the streets of Bologna since Ferruccio Lamborghini started the company and set up shop in the city in 1963.
Now the city's airport is set to get a rather raging bull running about on its tarmac guiding planes to and from the runway.
The 'follow me' car in question is a Lamborghini Huracan designed by Lambo's inhouse design team Centro Stile and is painted yellow and features a checkered pattern on top.
The doors of the Huracan feature a silhouette of the Bologna skyline with the words 'Welcome To Bologna telling passengers where they've arrived.
The Huracan will remain at Bologna's Guglielmo Marconi airport till January 2017.
The Huracan follow me car is not the first car that Lamborghini has donated to the airport. Three years ago, as it celebrated its 50th birthday, Lamborghini sent an Aventador to the Bologna airport to function as a follow me vehicle for the planes taxiing from the terminal to the runway or back the other way.
Donating cars to the airport is not the only way Lamborghini has helped the local community, the carmaker has gifted the military police with three Gallardos and one Huracan in the past.