The new HOREX partner network



Chassis engineering lies in the experienced hands of the renowned engineering specialists from Hörmann-Rawema. For the engine design, HOREX worked closely together with expert engine technologist Rupert Baindl. Researchers at the Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Vehicle Drivelines at the University of Munich were primarily responsible for trials, benchmark testing and engine control. The prototype of the new HOREX presented in June was built by TT-3D.

The HOREX project was also supported by a number of automotive/motorcycle industry suppliers and service providers, including Bing (intake and lubrication system), Bosch (ABS system), Elkamet (plastics engineering), FKS (plastics injection mold), IAV (VR crankshaft and piston rod engineering), Kirstein (technical systems), Mahle (VR pistons and cylinders), Motul (lubricants), TÜV Süd (homologated of series production bike), Weber Motor (series development engine, engine components, production) and Die Wortwerkstatt (communications, media relations, marketing).