The specific production unit it bears witness to an entire automotive history. It was made by Pininfarina for the production of bodies of the Cadillac Allantewhich started the 1986. The factory housed various models, such as the In a Ferrari Testarothe Peugeot 406 Coupe and the Alfa Romeo Brera and Spideruntil 2011whenever it closed.
In the video of the channel Forgotten Buildings on YouTube one can see that up to 2015there were vehicles on premisessuch as some Brerawhich even brought the camouflage that they used in the development and testing process.
However, the situation today is different, since cars now have move away from the point. The interior of the factory is located in good conditionconsidering that it has been abandoned over a decade.
The production line machinery they are still there, as are quite a few robot. In addition, they have also remained at the respective stations diagrams with assembly instructions Brera.
Of course, offices do not present a similar image. Burglars they seem to have removed every trace copperwhile even the are missing iron legs of chairs.
In the external area of the facilities one can distinguish the test trackwhich however seems to have captured by the elements of nature. In many places they have sprouted bushes and trees in and over the asphalt, with the etching to be gradually lost.
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