Inserted: 17 jun 2022
Le Donne and the author introduced the so-called intrinsically Lipschitz sections of a fixed quotient map $\pi$ in the context of metric spaces. Moreover, the author introduced the concept of intrinsic Cheeger energy when the quotient map is also linear. In this note we investigate about the non linearity of $\pi$. In particular, we find a Leibniz formula for the intrinsic slope when $\pi$ satisfies a weaker condition. After that, we focus our attention on Carnot groups and using the properties of intrinsic dilations we show that the dilation of a Lipschitz section is so too. Finally, in Carnot groups of step 2, we give a suitable additional condition in order to get the sum of two intrinsically Lipschitz sections is so too.