Lamborghini looks to golfers for higher speed

Lamborghini recently arranged a strategic partnership with Callaway Golf that allows it to use Callaway's new "Forged Composite" material in its cars. The new material – a polymer composite highly loaded with randomly-arranged turbostatic carbon fibers – was introduced in the monocoque and suspensio...

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