Dellorto Living “More than a product”: tradition and innovation of the specialist in evidence

Innovation in the field of engines is the protagonist during an appointment in Milan . The Dellorto Living “More Than a product” event is scheduled from 23 to 25 November 2021 in the elegant Brera area, in Via San Carpoforo 9.   Indications Over three days there will be drivers and well-known faces of motorsport. The space will be accessible from 10:00 to 17:30 and it will be possible to enter in compliance with the anti-contagion rules and compulsorily showing the Green Pass. In over 350 square meters it is possible to admire the past, present and future of this specialized company, taking a look at products, meeting guests from the racing world, observing interesting vehicles live and noting the innovative electric propulsion project E- Power for urban mobility. On the occasion, Radio 105 is also present as a media partner. Among the exhibits: a historic RA 18 carburetor made in 1935, the latest generation pcb-less electronic throttle bodies, the new DO Power 1 control unit used in Moto3 and a Euro 5 plus electronic injection system with traction control. Among the two-wheeled vehicles, the Moto GP of Alex Marquez (Team LCR) and the Moto Ohvale GP-0 used in the FIM Mini GP World Series equipped with Dellorto components stand out. Regarding the E-Power project, it is an innovative electric propulsion system. An idea born in 2019 from the collaboration between Dellorto and Energica Motor Company and further developed with the contribution of the Reinova team for the development, testing and validation of components. A high performance electric motor was obtained, currently available in 2 power sizes. The E-Power system uses a 48V battery and includes the electric motor and electronic module. The system is rechargeable through normal 220V household sockets. Initially oriented towards urban mobility, this project is projected in the future towards other sectors such as industrial machines, logistics, garden applications, karting, scooters and more. Together with the E-Power project, the first laboratory prototype of the CEMP project, co-financed by the Lombardy Region and the European Union, is also worth mentioning. In this case, the potential of electric propulsion stands out further, thanks to the integration of advanced connectivity and driving support systems. Dellorto is the leader of this idea whose partnership includes Octo Telematics, Energica and the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, as mentioned.

Innovation in the field of engines is the protagonist during an appointment in Milan . The Dellorto Living “More Than a product” event is scheduled from 23 to 25 November 2021 in the elegant Brera area, in Via San Carpoforo 9.

Over three days there will be drivers and well-known faces of motorsport. The space will be accessible from 10:00 to 17:30 and it will be possible to enter in compliance with the anti-contagion rules and compulsorily showing the Green Pass.

In over 350 square meters it is possible to admire the past, present and future of this specialized company, taking a look at products, meeting guests from the racing world, observing interesting vehicles live and noting the innovative electric propulsion project E- Power for urban mobility. On the occasion, Radio 105 is also present as a media partner.

Among the exhibits: a historic RA 18 carburetor made in 1935, the latest generation pcb-less electronic throttle bodies, the new DO Power 1 control unit used in Moto3 and a Euro 5 plus electronic injection system with traction control.

Among the two-wheeled vehicles, the Moto GP of Alex Marquez (Team LCR) and the Moto Ohvale GP-0 used in the FIM Mini GP World Series equipped with Dellorto components stand out.

Regarding the E-Power project, it is an innovative electric propulsion system. An idea born in 2019 from the collaboration between Dellorto and Energica Motor Company and further developed with the contribution of the Reinova team for the development, testing and validation of components.

A high performance electric motor was obtained, currently available in 2 power sizes. The E-Power system uses a 48V battery and includes the electric motor and electronic module. The system is rechargeable through normal 220V household sockets.

Initially oriented towards urban mobility, this project is projected in the future towards other sectors such as industrial machines, logistics, garden applications, karting, scooters and more.

Together with the E-Power project, the first laboratory prototype of the CEMP project, co-financed by the Lombardy Region and the European Union, is also worth mentioning. In this case, the potential of electric propulsion stands out further, thanks to the integration of advanced connectivity and driving support systems. Dellorto is the leader of this idea whose partnership includes Octo Telematics, Energica and the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, as mentioned.

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