People Car is the name that identifies the new car model increasingly used in developing countries. Certainly the Tata Nano is the icon of this new phase for the automotive industry and DELLORTO designs and manufactures the Throttle Bodies used by the Indian manufacturer to produce this new ideas of car.
After the passenger-car, the motorcycle entered the new technological era of Drive by Wire, too, and DELLORTO decided to use the know-how acquired by many years of experience in the 4-wheel drive world. The production of the new EGR valve began, which allowed DELLORTO to enlarge its product range for new
Ever appreciated for its power, agility and lightness, the future of the 2-stroke engine seemed to be compromised by Euro3 norms, compulsory from 2007. Against any preconceptions, DELLORTO studied and developed the Electronic Carburetion System (ECS), which, for the first time, allowed a 2-stroke engine to respect the new heavy limits
From 2000, the third generation of Dell’Orto’s family entered the company, ensuring the continuity that always characterizes its business. The focus of this period is concentrated on Diesel Throttle bodies, in particular for top Customers such as FIAT and Renault, strengthening the existing partnership.
A new component, dedicated to the injection engine, the Throttle Body, was developped. DELLORTO, always focused and interested in new solutions, studied and developed products in partnership with its customers, obtaining the demanded results. DELLORTO's engineers developped the best air-fuel systems with respect to the national and international environment standards.
With the second generation of carburetors, DELLORTO extended its interest to the 4-wheel drive world, supplying companies such as Innocenti, Alfa Romeo, Ford, Lotus, Lancia and others. Besides the motorcycle and passenger-car production, DELLORTO enlarged its business to industrial engines (mower, generator, etc..) too.
When production of high performances carburetors for motorsport applications started, DELLORTO manufactured the new SS series of carburetors in aluminum. A treatment, preventing corrosion, resulted in a dark red color that well identified this series for long time. One double float bowl is added to the R series for the purpose
DELLORTO manufactured the first carburetor with acronym SC 26 -commercialized as Rex-. The three founders developed the first carburetors for the main motorcycles manufacturers such as Guzzi, Benelli and Piaggio, performing all production phases (diecasting, mechanical machining and assembly) by creating a strategy which was not limited to the component manufacturing,