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Multimatic has designed, developed and manufactured winning race cars since 1993.

  • For over two decades, Multimatic has been designing and building successful race cars.
  • Developed and constructed by Multimatic, the Ford GT promptly won the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans LMGTE Pro class.
  • Aston Martin's track-only Vulcan features a carbon fibre monocoque, bodywork and suspension by Multimatic.
  • A Multimatic-Riley partnership developed and builds WEC LMP2/IMSA DPi racers, including Mazda's RT24-P.
  • In 2014, Mazda turned to Multimatic to build its Lola-Mazda Skyactiv-D prototype.
  • Engineering and production of Ford's championship-winning FR500C and Boss 302R Mustang racers were delivered by Multimatic.

Multimatic’s extensive race experience, combined with integrated vehicle and component engineering, prototyping, fabrication and composites manufacturing, enables the company to deliver:

  • Chassis design and analysis in all mainstream race vehicle architectures and materials
  • One-off or low-volume production of components and structures in steel, aluminum and/or composites
  • Engineering, manufacturing and assembly of turn-key competition vehicles
  • Bespoke upgrades and modifications as requested
  • Repair of steel, aluminum, hybrid and composite chassis
  • Optimized damper performance using¬†Multimatic DSSVTM
  • Tuning and race vehicle dynamics optimization
  • Race vehicle homologation

Multimatic is the official source of bodywork, engineering support and technical development for existing Lola-branded race cars.  Lola-Cropped
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