Wolf—the trademark of Wolf Oil Corp.—one of the key independent lubricant companies in Europe, has recently announced its latest addition to the passenger car motor oil portfolio. The first-to-market mandatory for the new 2.0 TFSI 140 kW and 3.0 TDI CR 160 kWVolkswagen engines, OFFICIALTECH 0W20 LL FE motor oil, the OFFICIALTECH 0W20 LL FE motor oil enables franchised dealerships and workshops to supply customers with ultra-low viscosity oil designed particularly for these VAG Group engines.
Engines featuring the VW 508 00 / 509 00 specification are particularly built to use the latest technology oils. Wolf is proud being the first company to roll out an engine oil that meets this specifications. Its OFFICIALTECH 0W20 LL FE motor oil is a fully synthetic lubricant which is developed to prolong the engine life and maintain the efficiency of its emissions system.
Thanks to the ultra-low viscosity, it greatly reduces wear, guarantees lower CO2 emissions and delivers huge fuel saving—a four percent fuel economy enhancement of up to 0,12L/100km in comparison to a standard 5W30. The new OFFICIALTECH 0W20 LL FE allows Volkswagen Group vehicles 30.000 kilometers or two years of driving before oil change is required. The oil gives excellent engine cleanliness, outstanding wear protection over the full oil drain interval, and solid durability to keep the Audi and Volkswagen engines from last year onwards running like new.
According to Inès El Majid, Technical & Product Manager at Wolf Oil Corporation, the latest VW an Audi engines with the 508 00 / 509 00 specification need a new, high technology oil, and launching the Wolf OFFICIALTECH 0W20 LL FE, they are meeting this demand. She says that today’ engines are becoming increasingly powerful and advanced, putting a strain on lubricants’ lifespan and longevity. “At Wolf, we develop lubricants that deliver more fuel economy without compromising on mobility. This low viscosity VW lubricant demonstrates this perfectly.”
Wolf OFFICIALTECH 0W20 LL FE will reportedly be offered by the end of this month.
Hamid Moaref has always been fascinated by cars and the automotive industry. His family has a longstanding association with the industry and has been in the tire business for the past 35 years. Raised in Dubai, Hamid attended Capilano University in Vancouver where he graduated with a BBA in marketing before attending an intensive course in magazine publishing in 2005. He has been the publisher and chief editor of Tires & Parts magazine for the past ten years.
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