Motul Named Official Lubricant Partner for Gunther Werks

Motul Named Official Lubricant Partner for Gunther Werks

Motul becomes recommended service product for Gunther Werks vehicles; the companies will collaborate as technical partners.

Motul, the French oil company founded in 1853, has announced a partnership and collaboration with Gunther Werks, the builder of high-performance bespoke vehicles, paying homage to the naturally aspirated Porsches of a quarter-century ago.

Motul will provide Motul 300V engine oil for Gunther Werks vehicles and will be recommended as the preferred service products brand to Gunther Werks vehicle owners. Motul also will test and develop future products, like the new 300V formula, with Gunther Werks as a technical partner.

“Motul is proud to partner with Gunther Werks to deliver products that match the performance of the bespoke vehicles they create,” said Motul USA Brand Manager Nolan Browning. “Our companies share a synergy in our dedication to performance and delivering only products that meet the highest standards to customers who expect the best.”

In addition, Gunther Werks will use MotulTech coolant and metal-working fluids to machine custom parts for the vehicles during the build process. The companies also will participate in co-marketing opportunities at events to promote the Motul and Gunther Werks partnership and the new VenomRex series premium off-road wheels.

For more information on Gunther Werks and its high-performance bespoke vehicles, visit www.guntherwerks.com. Information on the full line of Motul lubricant offerings is available at www.motul.com

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