Competition 2018-08-28T09:17:41+00:00

Gotenman Technology returns to its origins in motorsport making numerous projects within the categories rallycross, autocross and carcross.

The competition on gravel defies all engineering principles for motorsport and many theories do not apply. The experience of the manufacturers, the design and the technology of development and measurement that we dominate, together with the principle of trial and error have enabled us to successfully develop numerous projects and products.

The WORLD CROSS CAR project was born as a result of the promotion that the FIA ​​is carrying out of the Crosscar category worldwide, renaming it as Crosscar (FIA). This category replaces the step that was missing in the pyramid of development and promotion of the rally drivers.

The Crosscar requires great skills at the wheel to maintain control of the vehicle on all types of terrain and the management of race startegy. Competitiveness and adrenaline in its pure state.

Together with the manufacturer Yacarcross, we have developed and manufactured a new tubular chassis, fully complying with the requirements of the FIA, while optimizing its weight and geometry for the new WXC Slider model. Discover it here!

World Cross Car Racing


What makes us different? At Gotenman Technology we think like you because our team of engineers and developers are drivers who are used to the world of motorsport. We have the knowledge, experience and resources necessary to design, prototype and manufacture custom-made vehicles. These are some of the models that we have developed during the last couple years.

MINI VTEC RWD Supercharged – “Lucy”

A tubular structure is integrated into the classic Mini shell making it as safety as posible. Lucy is fitted with a Vtec K20a2 engine and a volumetric compressor that delivers 380 hp of power.

MINI FWD 16V – “Heri”

Tubular front subframe that allows the perfect fitting of the popular Opel 2.0 16v engine called C20xe. The independent throttle bodies and the exhaust system together with the programable control unit allowed us to increase its performance to 186hp without any additional modification.


Developed together with the students of Nebrija University, this Mini has a spaceframe tubular chassis and a fiberglass shell. The Hayabusa 211cv engine transfers the torque to the wheels via a custom differential developed by Gotenman Technology. Its low weight and high power make it an aspirant in virtually any type of competition.

LANCIA 037 HAYABUSA AWD Spaceframe “Fiona”

What better idea than to replicate a legendary rally car like the Lancia 037 and fit it with a more modern high-performance drivetrain. The Hayabusa engine placed behind the seats in longitudinal position distributes the torque to both axles making the all Wheel drive car a powerful light vehicle perfect for rally or rallycross.