Introducing the new Elisava Racing Team 2021


For the third year running, 4th year students of the Degree in Industrial Design Engineering and the Degree in Design have joined forces to form the new multidisciplinary Elisava Racing Team.

After the great success of the two previous editions, where they managed to design, develop and manufacture two electric motorbikes, this year presents a new challenge: the eight students who make up the team are working with the aim of continuing to develop Dayna, the motorbike of the previous edition, and to take it a step further.

That is why they have created a research laboratory, where they will continue to learn, grow and develop new concepts by working with leading companies in their sector and repeating the formula that has given the team so much success in the past: the collaborating companies that are already part of this community.

As an R&D team, the students are enhancing smart capabilities and rescue functionality as well as designing and rethinking components to take full advantage of new manufacturing methods. The aim is to make Dayna a reference vehicle for technology, innovation and creativity.

In addition, the team will once again take part in the Barcelona Smart Moto Challenge where they will test the bike against other university teams and they will be able to win new awards to demonstrate the effort behind the project.


Student Team

Ferran Santos (Team Leader) - 4th GEDI Development

Miquel Comas (Team Manager) - 6th Simultaneous Studies Programme

Francisco Blanquet - 4th GEDI Development

David Valls - 4th GEDI Development

Mateu Tur - 4th GEDI Development

Álex Garcia - 4th GEDI Development

Alejandro Fernández - 4th GEDI Development

Guillermo Cortijo - 4th GEDI Development

Tutors team

Marta Janeras (Project manager) - Elisava Development Area Coordinator

Pablo Romagosa - Electric Mobility Project Advisor

Albert Sosa - KTM Motorbike I + D Team Leader at Cero Design

Miguel Tejero - Innovation and Business Strategy Advisor

Elisava Racing Team in the social media

We encourage you to take a look at the project's Instagram profile, where you can keep up to date with the progress and development of the project. You can also follow their activity on Linkedin and on their own website.

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