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Bosch Announces 18 New SKUs To Aftermarket Product Lines

Additions were made to the braking, rotating machine, spark plug and fuel pump product lines.

Bosch Launches Fine Wire Double Iridium Spark Plugs

Bosch says its OE Fine Wire Double Iridium Spark Plugs are competitively priced and come with purchase protection including a seven-year consumer performance satisfaction guarantee and a 12-month professional technician warranty.

Bosch Expands Aftermarket Product Lines With 24 New Part Numbers

Robert Bosch LLC has announced the addition of 24 new SKUs in the month of May to its aftermarket product lineup. Additions were made to the braking, engine management sensor, spark plug and rotating machines product lines.

Bosch’s Automotive Tradition Division Relaunches Starter For The Iconic BMW M1

For the 100th anniversary of the BMW brand, Bosch’s classic car division, named Automotive Tradition, has reproduced the BMW M1 starter, in line with historic production records. This so-called reverse engineering project -­ from the idea to the finished product ­- was realized in only four months in cooperation with BMW Classic.

Bosch Renews Partnership With Hendrick Motorsports

Bosch Automotive Aftermarket North America has announced a multi-year renewal of its technical partnership with 11-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champions Hendrick Motorsports. Dating back to 2001 with an agreement to supply spark plugs to the racing powerhouse, the scope of the relationship has since expanded to include alternators, starters, oxygen sensors, fuel injectors and fuel pumps.

Bosch Introduces New ‘Active’ Gas Pedal

A driver’s foot is responsible for one-quarter of fuel consumption, according to Bosch. Until now, the only thing that could be done about this rule of thumb was to drive gently and take eco-driving courses. Now, however, Bosch has developed a technical aid in the shape of the “active” gas pedal: its gentle vibration tells drivers when they have crossed the line from light touch to lead foot.

Bosch Commends DOT, NHTSA Initiatives To Accelerate Safety And Autonomous Vehicle Technologies

Both decisions – NHTSA enhancing its New Car Assessment Program (NCAP), and the DOT initiatives that encourage investment in automated and connected vehicle pilot projects while removing potential roadblocks to the integration of automotive technology that can improve safety, mobility and sustainability – support Bosch’s goal of completely eradicating road accidents, the company says.

Bosch Relaunches Passenger Vehicle Battery Program

The steady increase in comfort and safety features on today’s vehicles, combined with more sophisticated driving systems, has created an exponential surge in the demand for power to support them. To address this, Robert Bosch LLC has significantly enhanced its passenger vehicle battery program to meet today’s rigorous demand for power, performance and capacity.

All-New Bosch Clear Advantage Wiper Blades Offer Consistent Performance In All Weather Conditions

Robert Bosch LLC introduces the all-new Clear Advantage Wiper Blade program. The new program reduces the SKU count from 19 in the previous program to 12 part numbers, while increasing the vehicle coverage to more than 98 percent. Blade lengths range from 13 to 28 inches.

Bosch eCat-online Now Available With 360-Degree Pictures, Added Information

Bosch eCat-online has now been expanded by means of additional product information and 360-degree pictures in order to aid in the quick and reliable identification of Bosch products. With the 360-degree pictures, users can now view more than 5,000 spare parts from all sides.

Bosch Increases Its Aftermarket Product Offerings With 27 New Part Numbers

Robert Bosch LLC has added 27 new aftermarket part numbers to its product portfolio in December. Additions were made to the braking, rotating machines, fuel pumps and throttling devices categories; in addition, a new LED work lamp program was announced.

Bosch Renews Partnership With Weather Channel Meteorologist Jim Cantore To Promote ’88 Feet’ Message

Scheduled to run from the fourth quarter of 2015 through the first quarter of 2016, the integrated campaign underscores the critical importance of visibility to safe driving and is based on the fact that if drivers can’t see clearly for one second while driving at 60 mph, then they can’t see clearly for 88 feet, and a lot can happen in 88 feet.