Taraborelli worked at Lamborghini for about 20 years, until recently he was in charge of the chassis and car dynamics unit, and the engineer worked to develop models such as Urus, Huracan, Performante and Aventador.
Taraborrelli's position in Apple is not specified, and it is assumed that the specialist will be in charge of improving the running qualities of the future electric car, reporting to Bloomberg.
Rumours about Apple's secret car project, Project Titan, have been circulating since 2014. It has been reported that the "immobile" will be based on a modular E-GMP platform from the South Korean Hyundai concentrate, and the vehicle itself will be completely autonomous without even having a driver in its design.
The Apple team has hundreds of former Tesla, Rivian, Waymo, Volvo, and Mercedes-Benz specialists. However, the company's automobile unit is facing a high turnover of personnel. Last year, the project lost its leader, Doug Field, who moved to Ford, and in May, Christopher Moore, one of the leading autopilot developers, left Apple.