Vehicle Programmes

Vehicle Programmes

Working with customers, the teams at Williams Advanced Engineering set targets to define the product concept, analyse, evaluate and optimise it, before then real world development refines the result to perfection.

ASTON MARTIN
ASTON MARTIN

Prestigious luxury car maker Aston Martin will launch its first-ever all-electric car in 2019, the Rapide E - based upon the Rapide AMR concept. Limited to a run of 155 models, this high performance zero emission machine will deliver four-door ... Read more

LOTUS
LOTUS

In January 2019 renowned British engineering companies Williams Advanced Engineering and Lotus announced plans to collaborate on advanced propulsion technologies. The combined capabilities of both companies will lead to high performance ... Read more

NISMO
NISMO

Williams Advanced Engineering worked with NISMO, the performance orientated brand of Nissan, in the development of high performance road cars. Williams Advanced Engineering joined the engineering development team from NISMO working on developing Read more

NISSAN BLADEGLIDER
NISSAN BLADEGLIDER

The ground-breaking BladeGlider is Nissan’s view of a next-generation electric sports car and Williams Advanced Engineering has played an important role in the vehicle’s conception and creation as Nissan’s technical partner. Initially ... Read more

ON – SITE WIND TUNNEL CAPABILITIES
ON – SITE WIND TUNNEL CAPABILITIES

Williams offers two world class, closed-return automotive wind tunnels for customer development programmes that deliver proven correlation with championship credentials for both open and closed wheel race cars; F1, LMP1, F3, WTCC and ... Read more

SINGER
SINGER

In August 2017, Singer client and Porsche enthusiast Scott Blattner, requested lightweighting and high-performance enhancements for his 1990 Porsche 964. Singer undertook a Dynamics and Lightweighting Study (known as DLS) with Williams Advanced ... Read more

TRIUMPH TE-1
TRIUMPH TE-1

In May 2019 a group of organisations across Government, industry and academia announced a collaboration seeking to create electric motorcycle capabilities in the UK. Supported by funding from the UK government’s Department for Business, ... Read more