Since 2012, Pirelli has invested over $900 million in the plant, which went from producing 1.5 million to 8.5 million tires.
The confirmation followed the annual review of the indices conducted by S&P Global.
Modeling, testing and specialties are the new hub’s main areas of development and innovation.
The company commits to sustainable tires and eco-friendly materials.
The acquisition allows Pirelli to increase its supply of natural rubber and launch sustainability projects.
The Italian company earns top score for passenger cars.
Pirelli was one of only 294 companies to receive an “A” rating for the effectiveness of climate reduction initiatives.
Pirelli achieved the highest score in its segment in S&P Global’s 2022 Corporate Sustainability Assessment.
The tiremaker has donated $800,000 since becoming a member in 2018.
The Savoy Museum will host a specially curated collection of automobiles showcasing Pirelli’s wide range of tires.
A new R&D center will produce tires designed for future mobility, including electric, sustainable and connected vehicles.