Friday, October 18

Delphi Technologies first with new Supra brake pads


Source: Delphi Technologies

LONDON, U.K. – Six months after the new Toyota Supra was introduced to the U.K. market, Delphi Technologies added brake pads for it to their model range.

The company said it was another first-to-market from Delphi Technologies, meaning you can access repair opportunities on the very latest vehicles sooner.

Performance and safety
Of course time to market is not the most important factor. With a top speed of 155 miles per hour (mph) and acceleration from 0-62 mph in 4.3 seconds, Delphi Technologies’ pads must stop the vehicle just as quickly, whilst still meeting the demands that come with higher speed braking.  

Manufactured from a precise blend of more than 130 different friction ingredients, and featuring the latest OE technology, Delphi Technologies’ pads are designed for the specific parameters and high operating temperatures associated with performance vehicles.  

Indeed, in recent high-performance vehicle testing, Delphi Technologies’ brake pads excelled, achieving impressive results in stopping power, control and brake fade stability.

Coverage
With 98.7 percent coverage on pads, and 96.9 percent on discs, Delphi Technologies now has one of the best Asian-braking ranges in the industry.

The Toyota Supra, is just one of many Japanese and Korean models added to its range in recent months –  part of the company’s ongoing commitment to provide installers with all the parts they need to fix a vehicle’s brake system and return it to its peak performance, so that cars drive as well as the day they drove off the assembly line.

For more on the new Toyota Supra brake pad, part number LP3235, and the rest of Delphi Technologies’ braking range visit delphicat.com

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Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Senior Editor for The BRAKE Report. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.