Brembo Unveils G Sessanta Brake Caliper Concept
By Ameya Naik
1 mins read
Published on May 7, 2021
For its sixtieth anniversary, Brembo has unveiled the new G Sessanta, a new concept inspired by the first-ever brake caliper for motorbikes produced by the company. The core of the concept lies in the revolutionary application of LED technology directly on the body of the caliper. The Brembo New G Sessanta is a concept designed so that it can be personalized by using wireless technology.
The Brembo New G Sessanta is a concept designed so that it can be personalized by using wireless technology.
When the vehicle comes to a stop, one can control the desired shade of light to express mood, enhance the style of the bike, or adapt it to the surroundings. The use of color and light also has the potential to enable data and information to be sent on the conditions of the vehicle and the caliper itself, or even help localize a parked vehicle by emitting a courtesy light.
The Brembo New G Sessanta concept celebrates the design of the brand's first-ever brake caliper, manufactured in 1972 for motorbikes
The Brembo New G Sessanta concept celebrates the design of the brand's first-ever brake caliper, manufactured in 1972 for motorbikes, and the name of its designer. Remaining true to the iconic lines that were the hallmark of that first model to make history, the concept reinterprets its body with a next-generation framework of dynamic solids and voids, which are still essential in their immediacy and formal consistency.
The use of color and light also has the potential to enable data and information to be sent on the conditions of the vehicle and the caliper itself
Just as the first 1972 Brembo caliper set the standard for all the models that followed, the New G Sessanta concept represents Brembo's vision of new features and solutions for brake calipers, building on its strategy to become a trusted solution provider and to continue setting the standard for future generations.
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