Johnson Controls presenting new Varta batteries at Automechanika 2014

Johnson Controls Power Solutions has announced that it will be presenting its new Varta automotive product portfolio from 16 to 20 September at Automechanika 2014 in Frankfurt. Wholesalers, workshops, and other partners will be able to familiarise themselves with the new battery solutions and services by visiting stand C41 in hall 3.1.

According to the company, the most important development is that Johnson Controls has added batteries with AGM and EFB technology to the tried-and-tested Varta Dynamic Trio, which comprises the black, blue and silver product lines. With the new Varta automotive product range, Johnson Controls can serve the entire car market and provide the right battery for all types of car and consumer.

“The new VARTA automotive product portfolio offers tailored solutions that meet the many needs of today’s motorists,” says Ruben Gomez Fernandez, Marketing Director of Johnson Controls Power Solutions EMEA. “The new VARTA SILVER Dynamic AGM and VARTA Blue Dynamic EFB batteries represent the ideal solution for environmentally conscious customers who would still like batteries with increased performance and reliability – as both models go through an exceptionally clean manufacturing process.”

The latest VSSP generation and a battery solution for commercial vehicles

Johnson Controls will also be using Automechanika to present the next generation of the VARTA Start-Stop Service Program (VSSP 2.1). The expanded VSSP 2.1 enables workshops to carry out all battery replacements in a quick and straightforward manner.

A further highlight: at the trade fair, Johnson Controls will also be unveiling its latest pioneering innovation for commercial vehicles. Thanks to outstanding reliability and an unbeatable service life, it is set to reduce the risk of downtime.

And finally, the company will be looking ahead to the battery challenges of the future such as climate change and dwindling resources. With electric motoring increasingly playing a part this could mean a bigger role for batteries: “We’ll be looking ahead to the future of motoring,” explains Fernandez. “Whether batteries for hybrid or electric vehicle, Johnson Controls already has the solutions for the energy requirements of tomorrow’s vehicles. We would like to invite workshops and partners to discover the future of mobile energy and the solutions offered by Johnson Controls at Automechanika.”

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