A British manufacturer of electric motor and motor controller, YASA Ltd introduced a new production technology at its Oxford plant. YASA’s move promises to sign the long-run development in the automotive sector for the customers.

The company showcases series of YASA-powered vehicles such as Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan at facilities official opening. Apart from this, YASA motor used in marine applications where high-power density is critical. Its axial-flux electric motors offer best-in-class power and torque densities appropriate for electric vehicle applications.

YASA’s axial-flux electric motors contain squeezed stator centers made from delicate attractive composite iron powder, gives car producers the chance to enhance vehicle execution while lessening weight.

YASA Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Chris Harris stated that customers are always looking for innovative technologies to meet expanding and electric automotive market. Through additional funding, YASA will meet customers’ expectations to address automotive markets.

Universal Partners, Andrew Birrell said, “YASA has unique and highly differentiated axial-flux motor technology that offers clear advantages in terms of power and torque density compared to their competition in class.”