PMM recently attended Silverstone to hear all about Motul’s new NGEN range, which uses high-quality regenerated raw materials in their formulations.
This means it consists of oils that have already been used and recycled in a complex process, or oils from renewable biological sources. This not only reduces production-related CO2 emissions, but also saves fossil raw materials and enables more sustainable production.
The range consists of the NGEN 5 and 7 for motorbikes and the NGEN hybrid. The latter contains up to 25 per cent oil from renewable raw materials and aims to support better fuel efficiency as well as improve response and starting behaviour. In addition to the contents, the packaging of MOTUL NGEN products is also designed to be sustainable. All bottles consist of 50 percent recycled plastics and are made to be 100 per cent recyclable.