ZF Aftermarket will showcase several new products at AAPEX, including the new ZF Lifeguard e-Fluids specially formulated for hybrid and electric vehicles; TRW X-Tend Powered Lift Supports; Lemförder Window Regulators and SACHS Continuous Damping Control (CDC) shocks.
The company will also feature its expanding portfolio of remanufactured products for the aftermarket, a key contributor to the circular economy and to a more sustainable future of manufacturing.
“With the conversation regularly turning to advanced driver assistance systems and electrification, ZF Aftermarket provides solutions that support the Aftermarket as it works to keep vehicles on the road in North America,” said Ben Smart, ZF’s Vice President, Aftermarket North America. “At the same time, we continue to expand our chassis, suspension and steering product offerings in North America, and are excited to showcase all of these products and services for distributors and technicians, industry experts and enthusiasts at AAPEX and SEMA.”
The company’s SEMA booth will showcase ZF Aftermarket products and services that support car care professionals as well as vehicle owners. It will host ZF Race Engineering experts along with a ‘Battle of the Builders’ competitor, Label Motorsports’ widebody C8 Corvette, which is equipped with SACHS Coilover Suspension System (CSS) prototype CSS dampers. Also on display will be the Honda America Race Team (HART) Pike’s Peak Acura NSX equipped with modified ZF Motorsport GT dampers.
ZF Aftermarket technical experts will be on-hand at both booths throughout the shows. Additionally, ZF Aftermarket is collaborating with leading industry voices to offer engaging opportunities for both AAPEX and SEMA convention goers including:
- The ZF AAPEX booth will serve as an informative stop on the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance’s Bumper to Bumper Aftermarket Jackpot Convention—High Stakes Edition
- ZF Aftermarket supports the “Road to AAPEX,” providing TRW brake pads for Babcox Media’s restored 1989 Cadilllac Brougham to be displayed during the AAPEX opening reception. The rebuilt vehicle recently completed a 2,500-mile road trip from Akron, Ohio to Las Vegas.