Sprint Power is fully equipped to design complete bespoke electrical architectures and systems suitable for the next generation of electrified vehicles, including BEV, hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fuel-cell powertrains. Starting with the high-level features, attributes and requirements, we work with our customers to develop the best solution, combining the best technologies available for the end customer’s needs. Using our simulation tools along with the experience and data gained from years of experience working with every type of EV powertrain, we are able to simulate the potential benefits of each architecture to find the best solution.

We pride ourselves in taking a systematic approach to everything we do, working through every step in the ‘V cycle’, from initial requirements elicitation through to test and sign-off. We ensure that we deliver all the requirements of the system to deliver high-performing, safe and class-leading products for our customers.

We offer functional safety analysis across all levels and have a broad range of experience in developing products, from systems engineering, hardware and software development to testing, production support, servicing and decommissioning. We also specialise in process improvement and functional safety management.

Our teams can support 12V, 48V, 400V and 800V applications and can manage the integration with the vehicle’s chassis and body
control systems. Our advanced high-voltage laboratory located on site at Sprint Power is equipped with the latest rapid prototyping and test equipment, enabling our team to go from virtual design and simulation to testing hardware in a very short timescale, accelerating our development programmes to meet tight timelines.

Along with extensive design and simulation expertise, our technical teams can integrate complex powertrain systems into both existing and future vehicle platforms. Our engineers are highly skilled with extensive calibration and system validation experience to ensure each product is robust, durable and provides ongoing reliability.

“Taking a systems approach to what we do means we always ensure we produce class leading systems that meet the requirements of our customers”

Anthony Richmond, Chief Engineer, Systems & Integration