Want to add some horsepower to your exotic supercar – a Ferrari, Lamborghini or even a Koenigsegg hyper-car – to be even faster? Dynomax, an Estonian manufacturer of professional 2WD and 4WD chassis dynamometers, developed for imitating the real road conditions, welcomes all types of everyday cars and gearboxes, as well as exotic supercars and electric vehicles. The company has just finished their newest development, a totally new dyno product suitable for electric cars like the Porsche Taycan or Audi RS e-tron GT.
Dynomax uses revolutionary wireless software, giving it a considerable advantage over competitors. It is now possible to test speed and performance, to tune gearboxes, to adjust the engines of cars, trucks and motorcycles from your iPad or smartphone. The revolutionary wireless software is compatible with all modern devices. Using CNC-machinery and modern program engineering solutions, engineers have developed a highly competitive, affordable and essential tool for professional tuning studios, car enthusiasts, rally and race teams, engine laboratories, technical and research universities.
The company was launched by owner and founder Maksim Zolotarjov and his passion for maximum speed records. As the products developed the company’s distribution increased and today you will find Dynomax machines all over the world, including most European countries, United Kingdom, Malaysia, Singapore, the USA. Dynomax will use the Dubai World EXPO as a stepping stone to enter the Arabic and African markets, beginning with the United Arab Emirates.
“If I would add a red dot on a world map for every country that we have made sales to, it would look quite red. Our loyal customers´ community has been expanding to the global networking scale,” Zolotarjov says. Dynomax clients have set up online communities where they help each-other and share useful tips.
Zolotarjov compares dynamometers to musical instruments that sometimes take quite a while to master. “Our advantage over the competitors is also that all of our R&D, manufacturing and software development is located in Tallinn, Estonia,” he notes.
Dynomax promotes technical creativity and offers safe solutions to test the performance of a vehicle in a secure workshop environment. In the Estonian Pavilion, the 2WD Dynomax dynamometer is being exhibited hoisted up vertically, attracting attention to its technological seamless pipe rollers. The visitor will be also surprised by Dynomax virtual reality solutions that will offer an immersive experience of choosing and placing your own dynamometer virtually into the room.
Dynomax will also organise “Real Dyno Days” outside the EXPO area, offering the real-life racing experience, smell some burning rubber, and enjoy an adrenaline-rush from the super cars in competition.
What does a dynamometer do for electric vehicles? For a green and ecological start, according to Zolotarjov, they can measure the effectiveness of the energy recuperation achieved during accelerating and braking.
So, if you own a vehicle – be it a luxury Bentley Continental GT, exotic Bugatti Chiron, environmentally friendly Porsche Taycan or even a Dakar Rally car – you should definitely take a look at Dynomax’s exhibition at EXPO.
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