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14 04 2017 06

New site to design, develop and produce batteries for low-volume, high-performance vehicles as a technical showcase for the UK industry

Williams Advanced Engineering, the technology company spawned from Williams Grand Prix Engineering, is heading a consortium that’ll launch a new Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) facility in Britain.

The facility will design, develop and produce batteries to be used in low-volume, high performance automotive products and act as a catalyst for technology development. The all-electric Aston Martin RapideE (pictured), which Williams Advanced Engineering has helped develop the technology for, could be the site’s halo product when it goes into production by the end of the decade.

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