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20-year Lamborghini engineer and manager cruises over to the ‘Apple Car’ project

Luigi Taraborrelli

Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman reports that Apple has hired Luigi Taraborrelli, a 20-year veteran of the Italian car company Lamborghini. The report says that Taraborrelli will become “one of the most senior managers” on the Apple Car team and is expected to help lead the design of Apple Car. 

About Luigi Taraborrelli

Here’s some info from Taraborrelli’s LinkedIn profile: I am an engineer and manager at Lamborghini. I help the company with the design and development of Super Sport cars to inspire and drive emotions in our customers. I have a unique combination of deep technical expertise, managerial skills and the ability to foster and lead organizational changes and innovation initiatives.

I have a degree in Engineering of Materials and a Car Engineering master. For over twenty years I have been in the automotive business working on designing amazing cars and simultaneously adapting and re-shaping my team’s organization in order to meet company’s vision and mission while facing upcoming unexpected challenges.

I am also a curious person and I am on a constant learning path and I make use of this multi-faceted experience when taking on new and demanding targets. For passion I have interest in Computer science and generally in technology and I like to implement and evolve my tasks taking into considerations emerging technology trends.

I like leading teams and the feel that comes with a leadership role.

I enjoy coaching my team members and growing them, hone their skills and nurture their competences in order to meet Lamborghini’s corporate goals, adhering to very high moral and ethical standards, reliability, resiliency and strong commitment.

When Might We See an Apple Car?

On. Nov. 18, 2021, Bloomberg reported that Apple is accelerating development on its “Apple Car.” The article says the electric vehicle will be self-driving and could roll out in 2025. 

What’s more, in a note to clients — as noted by AppleInsider — investment bank Wedbush says Apple is likely to announce a strategic electric vehicle partnership in 2022 to lay the groundwork for an “Apple Car” release in 2025.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.