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IONETIC was established to support the key niche vehicle-makers and automotive OEMs that are relied on by people around the world to deliver sustainable, dependable and high-performing vehicles optimised for the future of mobility – from taxis and emergency response vehicles, to HGVs and sports cars.

From conceptualisation and prototyping through to homologation and production, IONETIC is the only UK-based battery pack developer to offer a fully end-to-end, in-house solution.

    Discover Our Technology

    Leveraging its intelligent design platform and in-house production strategy, IONETIC helps niche vehicle-makers and automotive OEMs achieve a highly optimised, time-efficient, and cost-effective battery pack solution.
    Managing the end-to-end development process, from initial conceptualisation to final production, IONETIC significantly streamlines the time and costs required to bring a battery pack from vision to an optimised, vehicle-ready product.

    ARC Platform

    IONETIC’s bespoke design platform generates a customised battery pack concept in minutes – automatically analysing all relevant parameters to optimise the solution for each customer’s needs.

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    IONETIC was established to support the key niche vehicle-makers and automotive OEMs that are relied on by people around the world to deliver sustainable, dependable and high-performing vehicles optimised for the future of mobility.

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    IONETIC opens up the supply chain route to electrification

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    James Eaton, CEO and Co-Founder of IONETIC, is upholding the battery pack supply chain for niche vehicle manufacturers trying to electrify Niche automotive companies are currently not well served by…

    Meet James Eaton, CEO and Co-Founder of IONETIC

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    I’m James, the CEO and co-founder at IONETIC. Before starting IONETIC I studied Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London, where I went on to become a researcher at the Electrochemical…

    Cars Yeah Podcast Episode 2193: James Eaton

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    Listen to the podcast on your platform of choice: Cars Yeah Apple Spotify