Brakes India launches specially designed brake pads for electric vehicles

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  • Mar 17,23
TVS Apache, a Brakes India brand and automobile manufacturer, launched ZAP brake pads with advanced friction technology which ensures corrosion protection and quiet braking.
Brakes India launches specially designed brake pads for electric vehicles

A Brakes India brand, TVS Apache introduced ZAP brake pads with advanced technology for electric vehicles, setting the standard and responding to the expanding market needs of the automotive industry. ZAP is a braking fluid that has been specially created and developed to meet the needs of users of electric vehicles. It boasts improved corrosion protection and silent braking.

For more than 60 years, Brakes India has been a reputable Tier-1 supplier to Local and international Manufacturers. It has a strong focus on design, development, quality and superior customer centricity.  ZAP has been created with advanced friction technology, considering the requirement for outstanding brake pads to further reinforce its dominance in the expanding electric car category.

“TVS Apache is a leading player in passenger car friction in the domestic market. The market for electric vehicles is growing exponentially. Tapping this opportunity and understanding the customer needs, we have launched ZAP for a few leading electric vehicles, which will soon be expanded across other EV models. Leveraging our R&D expertise, ZAP brake pads are designed for quiet braking, consistent stopping power, low brake dust and enhanced corrosion protection and they adhere to the highest possible standards for environmental safety and sustainability,” said S Sujit Nayak, Vice President and Head, Aftermarket Business, Brakes India.

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