Lamborghini has expanded its headquarters in Sant’Agata, Italy with a new facility dedicated to its PoloStorico restorations division.
Lamborghini launched PoloStorico last year, which helps vintage Lamborghini owners restore their cars with the utmost accuracy and certify the cars. PoloStorico will restore any Lamborghini that has been out of production for at least 10 years, from the brand’s first ever production vehicle, the 350 GT, to mid-engine icons like the Diablo.
In addition to restorations, PoloStorico is also dedicated to preserving and archiving Lamborghini records and allocates original Lamborghini spare parts. The Italian automaker says it has a warehouse containing 65 percent of classic Lamborghini model spare parts for restorations purposes and can also find additional components on request.
Lamborghini’s PoloStorico division is reminiscent of arch rival Ferrari’s Classiche department, which is similarly focused on the restoration of historic Ferraris and archiving Ferrari records and spare parts.