The LCVTP is a £29m collaboration project funded by Advantage West Midlands, the European Regional Development Fund and contributions from other project partners to develop next generation low carbon vehicle technologies.
The project concentrates on fifteen separate technical workstreams aiming to develop and validate key technology in areas such as batteries, motors, aerodynamics and systems integration to enable a number of project platforms and next generation low carbon vehicles to be manufactured as “Technology Validation Platforms”.
The objectives of the project are to:
Other partners involved in the project include: Coventry University, Jaguar Land Rover, Ricardo, Tata, WMG and Zytek.
HORIBA MIRA’s expertise in the field of LCVTP enables the company to lead the way in a number of key work streams within the LCVTP. These include:
The final research results and solutions will be demonstrated on the Generic Technology Vehicle (GTV) project prototype and can be seen at numerous dissemination events. The Low Carbon Technology project has enabled HORIBA MIRA to accelerate skill growth in the Low Carbon area and has enabled the internationally renowned organisation to obtain further large scale follow-on projects working with a number of new consortia.
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