ZF Shows New Products at INA PAACE Automechanika 2023

MEXICO CITY — ZF Aftermarket is expanding its product and service offerings for the passenger car aftermarket in Mexico and will showcase its offerings at INA PAACE Automechanika, July 12-14, 2023 at Centro Citibanamex in Mexico City, Booth #3004. ZF Aftermarket will also be featured in the German Pavillion, Booth #2310.

ZF Aftermarket is adding TRW brake discs, rotors and drums to its broad portfolio of braking products for passenger cars in the region. With these additions, the company offers a complete braking system solution for the aftermarket, featuring TRW ‘True Original’ parts developed for original equipment manufacturers. TRW designs OE braking systems for more than half of the vehicles in the world, and with more than 700 part numbers, ZF Aftermarket provides coverage for 90 percent of vehicles in Mexico.

“The TRW brand is recognized worldwide for safety, quality and innovation, and our brands have been in workshops in the region for many years. We are very pleased proud to make the complete portfolio of braking products available for the first time in Mexico, offering high quality parts to 90 percent of all vehicles in the country,” said Thomas Kerkhoff, Managing Director for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, ZF Aftermarket.

TRW brake discs, rotors and drums offer numerous advantages, including volatile corrosion inhibitor (VCI) protection for oil-free, quick assembly.

High carbon content makes them lighter weight, more resistant to deformation and crystallization, and decreases noise and vibration for better overall performance.

Braking components, integrated with suspension and steering systems, comprise TRW’s Corner Module portfolio. Within it, the quality of each of the three system components is essential for safe vehicle operation.

On-site training and demonstrations during INA PAACE

ZF experts are conducting technical training sessions throughout the three-day event, including training on ZF transmissions, ride control, clutches and the modern chassis system. They are also demonstrating the Más Mecánico platform, a workshop program that provides extra technical resources and an online community for repair shops.


The Brake Report
The Brake Report

The BRAKE Report is an online media platform dedicated to the automotive and commercial vehicle brake segments. Our mission is to provide the global brake community with the latest news & headlines from around the industry.