Paseo Arco de Ladrillo 68, planta 5
47007 Valladolid Valladolid
AVL Iberica is responsible for the Spanish, Mexican and Portuguese markets. It is formed by an international team that develops cutting-edge mobility technology in the fields of internal combustion engine, e-mobility, hydrogen, autonomous and connected driving, software and simulation, applied to all propulsion systems.
We are committed to deliver excellence in the development, simulation, testing and integration of propulsion systems, with all the experience of the AVL group in a local, personalized way and with a close technical service.
Offices and 13 Resident Teams in 3 Countries
Driving an electric, connected, autonomous and greener future
Calibration services that ensure compliance with international quality and reliability standards.
Managing real world environmental validation remotely
With our interdisciplinary team of engineers, researchers and technical experts, we offer an ideal environment for those wanting to not just develop solutions, but to see them in series production. As a team, we drive innovation. We achieve excellence. We change the future. We are AVL.
Join our team and unleash your full potential.
Together we are building a new mobility revolution that will deliver a solution to the current technical, energy and ecological uncertainties we face as a society. It will also bring essential safety breakthroughs that will support the aim of achieving zero accidents on our roads.
- Alberto Zumeta, Managing Director, AVL Ibérica S.A.
Our Upcoming Events
Meet us and exchange with our experts on latest mobility technologies and trends.
Trends and challenges in everyday development
In November 2022 the European Commission announced the publication of its proposal for Euro 7.
Explore the new trends and technologies shaping the mobility industry at the AVL Simulation Conference 2023.
AVL Iberica SA established and opens an office in Mataró, Barcelona.
Renault PIM project in Paris. First major turnkey project outside Spain, with more than 24 different test cells. In 2011 the project received the "Engine Test Facility of the Year" award organized by Automotive Testing Technology International.
JLR project in England, working on more than 30 different test facilities for powertrain development.
CIDETEC project involving the design and installation of several test equipment for testing batteries, e-motors and inverters.
CIDAUT project consisting in the installation of a fuel cell test bench.