Tel: 0161 637 1890



Unicorn Motor Developments has a long history of engineering, Motorsport and electronics. Originally founded when the Mini Cooper S and Lotus Cortina were kings of the tech track, advanced electronics of the time consisted of electronic ignition systems and halogen headlamps!


We not only understand ECU's and electronics but also engines and the thermodynamic cycle which is actually modelled in the latest generation of ECU's.  This level of understanding and integration is at the heart of our work.

A lot has changed since then with current vehicles

containing processing power previously reserved for

supercomputers. We have moved with the times and as such are able to work with the newest of systems. What hasn't changed  is our people, their passion for automobiles, their passion for progress and their dedication to satisfaction. Our team consists of highly qualified mechanical, electronic and software engineers, coach builders and skilled mechanics.


Many companies claim to offer a personal service, with varying degrees of success. At Unicorn, before a spanner is lifted or a new map is written, we encourage our customers to discuss their requirements and their long term goals. Only then are we in a position to begin work.


"We are truly obsessed with perfecting our software to integrate with your engine specification.  Development can be carried out on the Dyno, road or runway. Meticulous Testing is carried out internally, then by our partners and most importantly by our customers.  We value feedback, and can adapt our calibrations to meet exacting requirements."

Unicorn Motor Developments

Tel: 0161 637 1890

Unit  E1, Ford Street, Stockport, SK3 0BT

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