Posted by Priya Singh On 19-Sep-2022 02:13 PM
The new engine oil combines a high-performance polymer with cutting-edge additive technologies in a Group III base oil.
Tata Motors has unveiled the 5W30 synthetic engine oil, which it claims was developed specifically to boost the performance of the latest-generation BS6 diesel engines.
According to the firm, the 5W30 synthetic engine oil improves the vehicle's reliability, durability, and pollution compliance by extending engine life and minimizing friction between machine components. This improves vehicle performance, which leads to increased earnings for carriers.
Furthermore, it is expected that vehicle uptime on the road would rise, allowing the transporter to make more revenues and profits. According to Tata, the new 5W30 synthetic engine oil has been rigorously tested in various and stringent conditions for over three years and has been driven for more than 10 lakh kilometers in challenging terrain, logging more than 35,000 hours at the powertrain testing facilities.
According to Tata, the new 5W30 synthetic engine oil has been rigorously tested in a variety of demanding situations for more than three years.
"Sustainability today has moved from a niche interest to an imperative need," stated Rajendra Petkar, President and CTO of Tata Motors. “It is at the heart of everything we create at Tata Motors. One of the most convenient and cost-effective ways to reduce a vehicle's carbon emissions is to use effective and efficient engine oil. The cumulative effect of such modest actions implemented carefully across all business vehicles on the road would result in an exponential improvement in carbon footprint reduction."
Through its stewardship in the areas of efficiency improvements, alternative and new energy paradigms, safety, digitalization, and in-cabin experiences through connected vehicle technologies, and a variety of other value enhancers, Tata Motors has been spearheading technology changes across the industry. All of this is tied together to institutionalize sustainable practices in all aspects of its business of producing innovative mobility solutions. Global goals are increasingly centred on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) considerations. India has made reducing its carbon footprint a national priority, pledging to lower the emissions intensity of its GDP by 45 per cent by 2030, compared to 2005 levels.
Tata Motors has also begun the process of developing ESG goals to achieve holistic sustainability. This introduction of synthetic engine oil is a step ahead in providing clean and green solutions beyond automobiles, resulting in increased fuel economy, longer drain intervals, and enhanced engine wear protection, resulting in a lower carbon footprint for the vehicles.
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