Brand gearing up to provide a full-service solution for a new electrified car parc in 2021
Despite 2020 being an unprecedented year for the global automotive industry, Delphi Technologies says its braking program has made great strides to become the first-mover supplier in Europe.
The brand recently announced two more first-to-market brake pad applications in its European braking program; front brake pads for the new Toyota Yaris Cross (09/2020>) and front brake pads for the Toyota Prius PHV (05/2019>).
The new applications join an already extensive list of first-to-market brake pad applications.
The total of first-to-market applications added in 2020 covers 24 models across 12 vehicle manufacturers – a company record for the aftermarket braking program.
Delphi Technologies’ first-to-market brake pad applications in 2020
- Audi A6, A6 Allroad, A7 Sportback, A8, Q3, Q3 Sportback, Q7, S8
- Cupra Formentor
- DS 7 Crossback
- Ford Focus, Kuga (hybrid)
- Honda Jazz
- Hyundai i10
- Land Rover / Range Rover Defender, Discovery Sport, Evoque
- Nissan NV250
- Opel / Vauxhall Movano
- Peugeot 208
- Toyota Yaris Cross, Prius PHV
- Volkswagen Golf Mk8, Tiguan
A spokesperson for Delphi Technologies said: “To make sure our customers have all the right parts for the right repair, we’ve added a total of 284 new parts this year to our aftermarket braking program which includes brake discs, brake drums, brake hoses, brake drum kits, brake shoes, brake cylinders, and more.
“By continuously expanding our braking program, Delphi Technologies Aftermarket enables new business opportunities for our customers by providing access to high-quality replacement parts for a rapidly growing car parc in Europe.
“While top vehicle manufactures are planning electrification goals for Europe, we’re gearing up our braking program to provide a full-service solution for the new electrified car parc, with plans to expand our HEV and BEV brake pad line-up in 2021.”
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