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Brembo launches new Greenance Kit for LCVs

Braking systems manufacturer Brembo has launched what it calls a new eco-friendly brake solution, currently specifically engineered for light commercial vehicles.

Brembo says the new Greenance Kit is a solution that anticipates low environmental impact requirements, combining performance and durability, ensuring a much lower environmental impact during braking, with a significant reduction in particulate emissions: -83 per cent in PM101 and -80 per cent in PM2.5.

According to Brembo, this pioneering solution guarantees extended mileage and a significant improvement in terms of the total cost of ownership of vehicles amounting to an average reduction of 15 per cent.

Brembo also claims that it ensures an increased durability of the brake discs, tripling their expected lifetime. This leads to relevant cost savings over the life of the vehicle that is a top priority for long-distance professionals and drivers of light commercial vehicles and fleets.

The Greenance Kit features a jointly developed range of new combined innovative alloy discs and newly engineered brake pads, which greatly enrich Brembo’s aftermarket line-up. This is directly derived from the company’s extensive heritage and experience and its continuous focus on innovation in racing / motorsports and the original equipment markets.

Brembo continues by saying these kits have already passed the ECE-R90 homologation tests as well as the most severe benchmark road tests, conducted by the company’s technicians, accordingly to Brembo’s most stringent requirements.

The Greenance Kit is part of the new Brembo Beyond product line, and is listed on Bremboparts and TecDoc.

Brembo’s Greenance Kit is now available on the market for some of the most popular European light commercial vehicle models, such as the Citroen Jumper, Fiat Ducato and Talento, Ford Transit, Iveco Daily, Mercedes-Benz Vito and Sprinter, Nissan NV 300 and 400, Opel Movano and Vivaro, Peugeot Expert, Renault Master and Traffic, as well as the VW Crafter and Transporter.