Brussels, Belgium – In response to recent news reports indicating widespread systemic fraud in the production of aftermarket catalytic converters sold in Europe, representatives of Tenneco’s Clean Air business are seeking to reassure consumers and automotive service professionals that its comprehensive range of emissions control offerings are in full compliance with EU homologation regulations.
Solution provider Tenneco announces launch of Monroe OESpectrum® shock absorbers and Walker additives on the French market at Equip Auto 2017 (Paris).
Brussels, Belgium - Tenneco, a leading OEM supplier of world-class suspension solutions and emissions control systems, looks forward to presenting two national premieres to French automotive service professionals. During Equip Auto 2017, which will take place at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, from 17 to 21 October, they can explore the full range of products and services offered by the OEM specialist and discover two revolutionary additions to the product portfolio.
Brussels, Belgium – With the number of Asian nameplate vehicles continuing to grow, ride control and suspension component manufacturers are expanding market coverage to address this growing service opportunity. As the world’s largest producer of original equipment and aftermarket shocks and struts for light vehicles, and with the largest aftermarket coverage in the European Union, Tenneco already is well-positioned to meet the rising demand in Europe.
Tenneco Inc. (NYSE:TEN), today showcased its latest solutions at the 2017 IAA that help its global customers capitalize on future market, regulatory and technology trends. The company outlined its key growth drivers for Ride Performance and Clean Air, demonstrating how its technologies align with these trends.
“Tenneco is leveraging its capabilities and technical expertise to create products that support current customer needs while developing solutions that anticipate and respond to trends driving the industry tomorrow,” said Brian Kesseler, Tenneco Chief Executive Officer. “Whether it is tightening global emissions regulations, autonomous driving that will magnify the need for active suspension systems, mobility models that will increase demand for replacement parts or electrification that presents NVH and acoustic challenges as well as additional content on hybrid vehicles, Tenneco has the solutions in development today to address these needs.”
Tenneco Inc. (NYSE: TEN), a global supplier of Ride Performance and Clean Air products and systems, announced today at the 2017 IAA (Hall 5.1, Stand A20) the launch of its next generation of electronic valves designed for use in low-pressure exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), cylinder deactivation and acoustic tuning applications. Tenneco’s new electronic valve incorporates a dynamic flap control designed to generate optimal pressure conditions for efficient EGR and also provides fail-safe operation that automatically returns the flap to the open position should a failure occur, such as in the case of a signal interruption.
The valves feature a modular design, which offers vehicle manufacturers custom flexibility and adaptability for any engine architecture. Tenneco’s first generation valve technology is currently in production on several vehicle platforms globally, with the next generation of valves slated for launch later this year.
Tenneco Inc. (NYSE: TEN), a leading global supplier of Ride Performance and Clean Air products and systems today made the European debut of its digital suspension technology known as DRiV™ at the 2017 IAA (Hall 5.1 Stand A20). DRiV, a unique and proprietary damper technology with a wide range of vehicle applications globally, offers significant benefits, including the ability to adjust automatically to road conditions, which delivers improved handling and control while providing a smooth and comfortable ride.
Brussels, Belgium – As the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) racing season enters its final phase, Monroe Safety Ambassadors André Lotterer, Tiago Monteiro and Thierry Neuville have continued to represent the Tenneco Monroe® brand well, performing at or near the top of their respective classes.
Tenneco Inc. (NYSE: TEN), a leading global supplier of Ride Performance and Clean Air products and systems, announced today that it is supplying high-performance passive suspension dampers featuring the company’s exclusive Multi-Tuned Valve (MTV) technology on Ford Motor Company’s newest 2017 Ford Fiesta. MTV offers superior damper performance and durability compared with conventional passive valve designs, resulting in optimum balance between body control and driver comfort.
“We are pleased to contribute to the exciting new Ford Fiesta,” said Martin Hendricks, executive vice president and president, Tenneco Ride Performance. “Tenneco’s MTV technology allows manufacturers to precisely tailor ride and handling characteristics to provide the perfect mix of sport suspension combined with enhanced vehicle performance.”
Brussels, Belgium – With the debut of its new Walker® Euro 6 petrol catalytic converter, Tenneco has become the first emissions control solutions manufacturer to offer an aftermarket catalytic converter designed to comply with the European Union’s Euro 6 emissions standard. Engineered to work in conjunction with Volkswagen AG’s 1.4-liter TSI engine found in various Audi A3, Seat Leon, Skoda Octavia and Volkswagen Golf models, the latest Walker converter provides aftermarket coverage and ensures compliance with Euro 6 emissions standards for an estimated 400,000 cars in the EU. Walker launched this product with reference 28569 on June 1.
Brussels, Belgium – Tenneco is more than a manufacturer – it’s a solutions provider. And when it comes to emissions control systems coverage, the company’s Walker® brand “has it all,” providing automotive workshop professionals and parts jobbers with a comprehensive range of products, support, training resources and more.