Delphi Technologies has continued its first-to-market brake pad offensive with two more applications now available to the aftermarket.

The company has announced that new OE-specification brake pads are now available for the 2020 Citroën C4 Cactus and the 2019 SsangYong Tivoli. The new brake pads are immediately available from all Delphi Technologies stockists, continuing the company’s focus to help factors and garages to remain stocked for the latest versions of the most popular models and provide support to customers who look after large fleets.

The applications build on Delphi Technologies starting 2021 with first-to-market brake pads for the 2020 Volkswagen Transporter, which in turn followed the company being the first to launch a host of aftermarket OE-specification brake pads in 2020 for the likes of new Land Rover models, the Mk8 Golf and 2020 Honda Jazz.

Delphi Technologies uses its OE supplier status to optimise its first-to-market brake pad offering. With its insight into upcoming aftermarket trends and requirements, plus its extensive testing and development facilities, it can quickly transfer its knowledge to extend its first-to-market brake pad portfolio.

However, the accelerated speed to market does not compromise Delphi Technologies’ quality: its brake pads feature 100% in-house friction manufacturing that has been rigorously tested against competition materials. The special OE underlayer technology reduces noise, lowers heat transfer and increases the pad’s strength – just like the original part. The Delphi Technologies components match the OE part 100% in terms of quality, performance and durability.

Delphi Technologies offers over 99% brake pad coverage of all vehicle manufacturers in the EU.

Further details of the company’s first-to-market developments can be viewed at: