The new Audi hub for Monza and Brianza is smart and sustainable


A new Audi hub in the Monza and Brianza area, with the arrival of the new Lombarda Motori Terminal. Yesterday evening, the historic dealer inaugurated the new Audi Terminal in Monza with an event designed for special occasions. The space, located in front of the stadium, was designed with a focus on innovation and sustainability, with 1,800 square meters of showroom, 1,850 square meters dedicated to after-sales, 350 parking spaces, 34 recharging stations and over a thousand photovoltaic panels.
The Brianza-based dealership, founded in 1963 by Luigi Zannier, a former footballer and winner of the ’56/’57 Scudetto with Milan, continues its expansion today under the guidance of his daughter Elsa Zannier who, since 2014, has been a shareholder and sole director of the group .
The new element for the company comes after the progressive strengthening of its presence on the territory promoted in recent years, carrying out its business through eight offices and representing the brands Audi, Volkswagen, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, Seat and Cupra as well as the brands dedicated to Used Audi First Choice Plus and Certified Used Volkswagen.
The new Audi Terminal in Via Ercolano, at the corner with Viale Stucchi, is a functional and smart building both in terms of services and architectural solutions. The new structure aims to minimize the environmental impact and focus on the customer within a sustainable reality.
“In the last decade – commented Elsa Zannier – Lombarda Motori has always been ahead of its time, seizing the opportunities offered by the continuous technological development of the automotive world and beyond. Dedicating specialized offices to each brand we represent allows us to carry out a punctual job and offer our customers a tailor-made service based on their needs and interests.
The new headquarters testify to our unwavering faith in the future and our tireless pursuit of excellence”.
The building can count on a total area of ​​13,250 square meters, supported by a system of 1,008 solar panels for a total area of ​​1,130 square meters of photovoltaic facade and 34 recharging stations.

Source: Ansa

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