Lamborghini Gets TUV Certification For Carbon Fiber Repairs

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Italian super car manufacturer Lamborghini is in the forefront of most leading innovations. They have just recently launched their Huracan in India and many other growing countries. The Italian manufacturer today has some good news to share with us.

Lamborghini is always in the hunt of finding new lightweight materials to make their super cars lighter than ever. In this process they have begun the use of carbon fiber, which is lightweight and also strong at the same time.

Now the Italian manufacturer has gone one step further and they are the only automobile firm currently to get a TUV certification. This means they are now certified to carry repair works on their vehicles that have damaged the carbon fiber components.

Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, explained, ‘‘Quality is a fundamental value in our company philosophy and underlies our success. We are therefore proud to be the first automotive company on a global level to receive this certification, which marks a further milestone in achieving the complete satisfaction of each and every customer.''

Ettore Favia, CEO of TUV Italia, commented, ‘‘When talking about performance, this certification is an exceptional tool in the monitoring of the repair service performance, and it is through this that Lamborghini can offer an additional level of qualification and guarantee to the market which, for this car, is global.''

Lamborghini currently offers carbon fiber components on both their Aventador as well as Huracan models. They are the only manufacturer to manage their own carbon fiber process in-house.

They will be offering their carbon fiber repair service to its customers, workers have been trained at Boeing Co. Repair Department. Lamborghini calls their service ‘Flying Doctors'. This ensures repair services to Lamborghini owners across the globe.

Story first published: Friday, September 26, 2014, 18:03 [IST]
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