Ricardo UK Ltd

Type of activity:
Design, Research, Consultancy & Training Services

Phone: 01273 455611

Ricardo UK Ltd is one of the leading automotive engineering consultancies in the UK, comprising three main product groups: Engines; Driveline and Transmission Systems and Vehicle Engineering (including Special Vehicles), Ricardo has well equipped technical centres in the UK and USA providing a wide range of turn key activities including quick turnaround concept design and vehicle build, short run, production, adaptation of specialist vehicles and vehicle launch support for volume manufacturers, Ricardo Special Vehicles, who are mainly responsible for defence contracts, have provided Vehicle Conversion Kits and designed special purpose military vehicles, including F-Series Special Reconnaissance Vehicle and Land Rover WMIK vehicle kits.

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