HORIBA MIRA Agrees Strategic Cooperation with CH-Auto

HORIBA MIRA – a world leader in advanced vehicle engineering, research, development and testing – has announced the agreement of a strategic cooperation with the Chinese electric vehicle company, CH-Auto.

HORIBA MIRA Agrees Strategic Cooperation with CH-Auto


  • Chinese firm to work with HORIBA MIRA in developing new electric vehicles

  • Agreement to take advantage of booming global market

The agreement between HORIBA MIRA and CH-Auto being signed by Jason Bao, Managing Director, HORIBA MIRA China and Lu Qun, President of CH-Auto.

CH-Auto is well known for its battery powered electric sports car, Qian Tu, and is looking to capitalise on the growing market for electric vehicles.

HORIBA MIRA will be the key engineering service provider for the development and testing of CH-Auto’s new vehicles and future products.

With a suite of 39 major test facilities, 100km of specialised proving ground and over 70 years of engineering experience, HORIBA MIRA combines a wealth of vehicle development resources in one location.

The recent launch of the Advanced Battery Development Suite further cements the business as a leader in battery engineering and testing and provides test and development services for battery packs and other components for hybrid and electric vehicles.

Declan Allen, Managing Director at HORIBA MIRA, said:

“The global electric vehicle market is booming, and China is the largest market of all. With our expertise and facilities in both the UK and China, we are in a great position to work alongside automotive manufacturers to bring their new products to market.”

Guido Bairati, Managing Director at VI-grade said,

“Now that there is consensus on electrification having a dominant role in the reduction of transport CO2 and other emissions, the focus is turning to increasing the efficiency of electric vehicles. Our holistic approach to electrical and thermal energy efficiency, and our world class technical skills and facilities put us at the forefront of this technology.”