For 40 years we've worked in pursuit of cleaner, smarter engines, powertrains and driver technologies, aligning industry and academia to deliver rapid R&D.
Opening in 2020, our specialist hub supports collaborative research with the automotive industry to develop future generations of ultra-low emissions vehicles.
Propulsion system research test facilities available to deliver precise experimentation and simulation covering all aspects of automotive powertrain engineering
There are many ways you can collaborate with the team at IAAPS, from collaborative R&D, to research partnerships and engaging with our students
The University of Bath has appointed AVL to supply equipment for its new £70 million automotive propulsion research facility – IAAPS.
The University of Bath has recently held the city’s first networking event for the automotive industry.
The University of Bath has been awarded significant funding to establish a new Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems.
The new owners share a vision for the Park as a place where science and technology will enable innovation to prosper, business to grow and people to thrive.