YASA to display its electric motors at UK’s LCV Cenex event

September 6, 2017

YASA to display its electric motors at UK’s LCV Cenex event

The YASA P400 Series electric motors


YASA Motors, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, UK, is to showcase its advanced electric motors in three different areas of the UK’s premier low carbon vehicle event, LCV Cenex, Millbrook, Bedfordshire, September 6-7, 2017. The company’s P400 e-motors form the heart of a new lightweight vehicle platform from Williams Advanced Engineering and are also selected as part of Innovate UK’s showcase of 10 years’ low carbon vehicle innovation.

The company’s axial flux high performance electric motors contain a number of pressed stator cores manufactured from Höganäs AB’s Somaloy soft magnetic composite iron powder.

At YASA’s stand (C4-409) engineers will be available to discuss the range of YASA motors and generators for hybrid, full electric and range-extended vehicles.

Tickets to the low carbon vehicle event are FREE and as well as opportunities to view and discuss YASA motors and generators, there are over 200 exhibitors and technology seminars.



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