Maurizio Reggiani has been passionate about cars since childhood. He attended the G. Galilei Industrial Technical Institute and graduated with a degree in Mechanics. In 1982 he is hired at Maserati, working in the Engine Design Technical Office until 1987 and later joined Bugatti Automobiles.
In 1995 Mr. Reggiani joined Lamborghini as Head of the Technical Mechanical Department. He actively participated in the transition of the company under the control of Audi and in 2006 he became the Chief Technical Officer and member of the Board of Management.
In 2008, he established the Advanced Composite Structures Laboratory (ACSL) at the University of Washington in Seattle to study composite materials behavior. Additionally, he started a partnership between Automobili Lamborghini and Boeing. Partnership with the most prestigious U.S. universities continued in 2017, with the establishment of two laboratories at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston to research new technologies for the Supersport cars of the future.
Since 2021, Mr. Reggiani has been teaching as a professor of the New Product Development in Motorsport Industry course within the Global Master in Business Administration program at Bologna Business School.
In 2022 he took on the role of Vice-President Motorsport Lamborghini.
Over the course of his career, Mr. Reggiani has received several prestigious worldwide awards and has been included twice on the list of the 50 most influential people in the global automotive industry by Motor Trend magazine.