Electric Vehicles (EVs) continue to evolve to meet the demand for lower carbon emissions. And for nearly two decades, Valvoline scientists have been partnering worldwide with technology leaders, OEMs, researchers and industry groups to create the next generation of advanced fluid solutions. From Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs), Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs), and Plug In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) to Autonomous Vehicles and electric fleets, Valvoline is leading the charge for the future of mobility.
The adoption of hybrids and electric vehicles (EVs) will be increasing significantly in the next few years. Dr. Dave Turcotte, Seth Vice and Andrew Markel talk how EVs are changing the automotive service. Complete the registration form to get immediate access to the webinar.
Valvoline didn’t begin in a boardroom. It was launched in a lab. And 150 years later, we’re still in the lab, researching and developing and testing for next-gen vehicles.
Specifically tailored for hybrid vehicles, Valvoline’s engine and driveline oils demonstrated excellent lab benchmark results on oxidation performance, corrosion protection, and wear protection, while exceeding well-known industry standards.
City streets in China, once filled with countless motorcycles, bikes and scooters, now have more competition from cars. Over the past two decades, exponential economic growth enabled more people to move into the middle class, increasing automobile ownership.
Age. Corrosion. High temperatures. They all affect a hybrid battery pack’s performance and can cause premature failure. How? Why?
Valvoline Inc. (NYSE: VVV), is a leading provider of automotive services and premium branded lubricants. Valvoline are proud to announce that they are now a member of the Electric Vehicle Council of Australia.