Lombarda Motori, historic Audi dealer with branches in Monza and Brianzaopened his new futuristic headquarters in via Ercolano in Monzaa few minutes from the Agrate motorway exit and a few kilometers from the Monza exit of the A51.
The inauguration attended by the top management of Audi Italia and key personalities of Audi AG, from the world of sports and entertainment, inspired by the modernity and durability of the building built to house the activity of the new dealership allowed us to take stock of Audi’s situationa house that, despite the uncertainties caused first by the pandemic and then by the war between Russia and Ukraine, recorded a record economic balance for the year 2022, with a turnover of 61.8 billion euros, an operating profit of 7.6 billion euros and a net cash flow of 4.8 billion euros.
Second Fabrizio Longo, director of Audi Italia«the Audi Lombarda Motori Terminal in Monza is born Audi’s vision of individual mobility of the future: sustainable, usable and connected». The strategically located new Audi dealer is authentic monument to the technology of the future. It explains the essence Elsa Zannier, owner of Lombarda Motori: «The whole structure has been designed and built to minimize the impact on the environment. This has not only led to the choices in terms of materials and construction techniques, but also requires the use of the most advanced technologies: for example, the energy flows are managed by an electronic brain, since the structure has its own photovoltaic system (1,000 panels for a total area of 1,130 square meters) capable of generating enough electricity, thanks to sunlight, to largely meet its energy needs, in addition to those of its 34 charging stations for electric cars ».
Jens Puttfarcken, Sales Manager Audi Europearrived in Monza especially for the inauguration from the headquarters in Ingolstadt, considers the Lombarda Motori Terminal in Monza to be «the ideal stage for the Audi product offensive which will come on the market at the end of 2023 or the beginning of 2024 and which envisages the launch of no fewer than 20 new models by 2025, 10 of which will be 100% electric. The new mobility cannot only be a question of the product, it must also be a new level of service: it is about the creation of a new ecosystem in which the user must find an immediate and sustainable answer to his needs. With this in mind, Audi works with Enel in Italy for its charging stations and in Europe it already has 400,000 charging stations that can be used with the e-Tron card. As for the thermals, the Audi program offers the launch of the latest model of the house with internal combustion engines in 2026with the end of production of the last Audi with combustion engine scheduled for 2033».
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