Brembo Archives - Brake & Front End
NAPA Auto Parts Chooses Brembo for Premium Brake Line

New product partnership expands brake parts offering.

Solving Dodge+Jeep Brembo Brake Noise

Brembo 6-Pot fixed caliper brakes may make a front clicking noise at low speeds. Here’s what it means and how to fix it.

Brembo Introduces New Aftermarket Upgrade Program

The three product lines in the Brembo UPGRADE Auto range are Sport, GT and Pista.

Cadillac CT4-V/CT5-V Blackwing Will Brake With Brembo

The sedans will employ Brembo lightweight technology on all four corners of the brand’s flagship super sedans.

Brembo Receives ACPN Content Excellence Award showcases the company’s brake pad offerings for more than four million vehicle models, cars and trucks.

Brembo Develops DYATOM Carbon Ceramic Brake Disc For Ford

DYATOM combines motorsport technology with outstanding wear resistance to achieve the highest thermal performance.

Brembo Introduces Performance Brake Upgrade For General Motors’ SUVs And Trucks

Brembo, together with General Motors Performance Engineering, designed, tested and engineered a performance brake upgrade system for the Chevrolet Silverado, Tahoe and Suburban; the GMC Sierra, Yukon and Yukon XL; and Cadillac Escalade for on- and off-road performance.

Brembo Brakes Featured On New 2020 Karma Revero GT

Brembo has worked closely with the engineering team at Karma Automotive to provide a light weight, low drag brake system for the new luxury electric vehicle.

Brembo North America Expands Rotor And Pad Offerings For The Aftermarket

Brembo has added increased vehicle overage of its Xtra brake rotors and Low Met brake pads.

GM’s New Corvette ZR1 Features Brembo Brakes

Brembo brakes also are featured on the Corvette Z06, Corvette Grand Sport and Corvette Stingray.

Brembo Launches ‘Brembo Brake Through Challenge’

Having previously been an official contingency sponsor for the NASCAR Pinty’s series since 2012, Brembo has shifted its gears to the NASCAR K&N Pro Series here in the U.S.

Brembo Announces New Braking Systems For The 2017 Formula One World Championship

With wider tires for 2017, F1 cars will be able to develop greater braking torques. Brembo says its engineers have focused on the redesign of the individual elements composing the systems, starting from the brake calipers.