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Porsche reinvents the brake rotor and brake pads that ensures no more rust, very low dust, no fade and far better brake response.

Porsche has developed a brand new braking system, including the brake rotor, and has officially titled their new brake technology as Porsche Surface Coated Brakes, or (PSCB) for short.

Porsche's brand new brake technology features brake rotors that have a tungsten carbide coating, which Porsche claims is a first for brake technology worldwide.

With the fancy tungsten carbide coated rotors, Porsche has also developed brand new brake pads to go along with it, which together produce up to 30% better overall brake response and performance.

Visually, you'll notice this new brake technology on a new Porsche just by looking at them. The rotor surface is incredibly shiny, much like a mirror, and Porsche has opted for the brake calipers to be painted in white to go with it, which isn't necessarily a problem as this new brake system has far less dust, and the rotors will not rust after they get wet from the weather or directly after washing your car!

Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, Engineering Explained, on Porsche Reinvents The Brake Rotor - No Rust, Low Dust, No Fade!

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