Lamborghini Cooperate with Mitsubishi Rayon in Carbon Fiber Research
InfoNETotomotif - At an industry event in Japan, Lamborghini said they had appointed a company owned by Mitsubishi as collaborators in research on carbon fiber materials. Mitsubishi Rayon, a company engaged in the field of textiles from Japan that are owned by Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings. He is the largest acrylic fiber maker in Japan and a key contributor to the production of carbon fiber in Japan.
Do not be surprised first, because remember, Mitsubishi Corporation itself is a company that is extremely large in Japan there. Like the song Iwan Fals-Bento, business butcher, slaughterhouse anything. Pencil, AC refrigerators, textiles, mobile phones, carbon fiber, air, pens, cars, chemicals, almost all the objects had been made by Mitsubishi Corporation. A pity really, not so dominant car segment for Mitsubishi Corporation itself, although some of their cars are not ugly, even a legend.
Back to Lamborghini, a partnership between The Italian Raging Bull with Mitsubishi Rayon will assist in the research and development for large scale production of carbon fiber panels and frame their car, according caradvice. Previously, Lamborghini asking for help Boeing to create a composite material of carbon fiber and plastic that we can see in the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento.
Well, because Mitsubishi Rayon is considered capable of satisfying the obsession Lamborghini will use carbon fiber, be they work together. "With the continuous development of composite materials that have been wrought result we have patented, we are able to create products that improve the performance and appearance of Lamborghini super sports cars," said council member Lamborghini research and development, Maurizio Reggiani. What is your opinion? Tell us in the comments!