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ZF Aftermarket Launches TRW Electric Blue

The new aftermarket brake pad line for EVs and hybrids wins the AAPEX 2021 New Product Showcase in the Hard Parts category.

Valvoline Launches Suite Of ‘XEV’ Products In China

‘XEV’ refers to hybrid and EV fluids, including motor oil, battery protection fluid, transmission and brake fluids.

Continental Offers OE-Quality Electric Motor Parts For Hybrids

Continental’s hybrid replacement parts line includes Hybrid Battery Cooling Fans, Inverter Coolant Pumps, HVAC Blower Motors, and Engine Cooling Fan Assemblies.

Dayco Partners With Maserati To Optimize Hybrid Technology

The Dayco side-arm tensioner is being produced on a new, dedicated assembly line equipped with Industry 4.0 technology.

XL Fleet Expands XLP Plug-in Hybrid Electric Drive System

The system can now be installed on a range of commercial fleet vehicles from General Motors.

Dayco Featured On ‘Earth’ With John Holden National Show

For the Sept. 6 episode, Holden made a special trip to Italy to visit Dayco’s testing facility in Ivrea.

Continental Solves Common Hybrid Battery Fan Problem

Sixteen SKUs offer direct OE replacement for more than 5 million popular models on the road today.

Dayco, Politecnico Strengthen Hybrid EV Research Partnership

The arrangement was made official on Feb. 21 in a ceremony at Dayco Europe in San Bernardo di Ivrea, Italy.

Valvoline Launches Its First Hybrid-Specific Motor Oil

Extending its commitment to develop products and services for vehicles of the future, Valvoline creates full synthetic motor oil specifically formulated for hybrid electric vehicles.

XL’s Plug-In Hybrid Electric Drive System Named To TIME’s List Of 2019 Best Inventions

The XLP technology began shipping in volume to commercial, utility and municipal fleets throughout North America in 2019, installing onto standard Ford F-150 and F-250 pickup trucks to improve miles driven per gallon (MPG) by up to 50 percent while reducing emissions by one-third, according to the company.

WATCH: The Internal Combustion Engine Isn’t Going Away Anytime Soon

Kicking off the new AMN video series, titled “The Rules of (Aftermarket) Engagement,” Babcox Media Group Publisher of Content Scott Shriber tackles a touchy subject in the aftermarket today: the internal combustion engine. Is this the end of the line for ICE, or is the aftermarket suffering from a bit of chicken little syndrome? Watch the video, then give us your take on the issue.

XL Launches Industry-First Plug-In Hybrid Electric Ford F-250 Pickup

The XLP F-250 truck will provide up to a 50 percent improvement in miles driven per gallon over conventional factory units, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 33 percent during normal operation.