First time right

Passenger Car Transmission Calibration

Drive efficiency, save time and cut cost with AVL’s experience and toolset

Emissions, CO2 reduction, fuel consumption and energy efficiency are the big drivers of modern powertrain development. To achieve the desired goals...

Zero-emission mobility

AVL E-Motor Design

E-motor solutions for passenger cars and commercial vehicles

Over many years AVL has become well established in the development and design of E-Motors for multiple applications. Traction motors,...
Modular and scalable controller with integrated simulation platform that ideally covers all requirements from individual testbeds up to...

Experience the performance

AVL EMCON 6™

Testbed control and monitoring system

AVL EMCON 6™ is the market-leading testbed monitoring control system for a variety of conventional and electrified propulsion systems.

Bundling multiple tools in a seamless toolchain

AVL Maestra®

The integrated state-of-the-art model-based development platform

AVL Maestra® uses a modular, component-based approach and builds interfaces between tools to create an integrated toolchain. This means that...

Connected toolchain

Fuel Cell System Optimization in the Office

Optimization of your fuel cell system development and calibration activities






































Developing Fuel Cell...

Road-to-lab replication on the testbed

Optimization of Real-World Electric Range

Validating and optimizing real-world electric driving range in the lab environment






































Whether it’s a battery...

Be earlier, fast, cheaper and better in your process

Advanced NVH Development for Fuel Cell

NVH optimization to ensure a positive fuel cell driving experience






































End-users expect a...

Powering zero-emission mobility

E-Axle Research and Technology

A modular cost-attractive approach to electrified mobility

As global emission legislation becomes more demanding and zero-emission and low-noise zones become more common, new mobility concepts are required...