Handling, power reserve and torque on wheels are kept as close as possible to the original 8C 2300 Monza supercharged.
Extensive simulations on computer ensure the original feeling of the 1931 racing car is preserved although the necessity of modern regulation imposes the installation of emissions-free motors.
Stress, strain, and deformations are checked throughout the whole chassis for the most common loading conditions to ensure the car has no structural weaknesses.
The chassis undergoes a virtual torsional test, a three-points bending and a flexural test. Finally, the elastic deformation energy analysis highlights areas where local reinforcements must be added on top of the original 1931 chassis.
Part-drawings, assembly-drawings and mathematical models for each single component are the contemporary tools that support the traditional hand-coachwork.
These tools secure a uniform quality across all our cars production, make possible the on-demand parts manufacturing and guarantee the future availability of spares.
Drawings for each part are available in .pdf and their mathematical models in .step format.
Our Monza Frame as per the original 1931 Jano´s design ready to host our power-trains and our standard Monza bodywork.
An example among many possible aluminium-handcrafted bodyworks that could be mounted on our Monza Frame on request.
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