Brakes India launches specially designed brake pads for electric vehicles.

March 15, 2023
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March 15, 2023: Leading the trend and adapting to growing market needs of the automotive sector, TVS Apache, a brand of Brakes India, launched ZAP brake pads with advanced friction technology for electric vehicles. This is great news for the growing electric vehicle market, as advanced brake pads such as ZAP will enhance the safety and performance of electric vehicles. It is commendable that Brakes India has recognized the need for superior brake pads for electric vehicles, and has designed ZAP with advanced friction technology to cater to the growing market needs.

With their strong focus on design, development, quality, and customer centricity, Brakes India is well-positioned to lead the way in the electric car segment. By leveraging their R&D expertise and adhering to the highest possible standards for environmental safety and sustainability, ZAP brake pads are sure to meet the expectations of electric vehicle customers.

It is also promising to hear that ZAP brake pads are designed for quiet braking, consistent stopping power, low brake dust, and enhanced corrosion protection. These features will not only improve the safety and performance of electric vehicles, but also provide a better driving experience for customers.

Overall, the launch of ZAP brake pads by TVS Apache is a positive step towards meeting the evolving market needs of the electric vehicle industry, and it will be interesting to see how this product performs in the coming years.

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