What is an oil change?
Your car’s engine is like any other machine. With time and use, the engine suffers wear and tear.
Today’s engines are designed to be more compact. They do more with less, which causes them to run at higher temperatures, putting more pressure on the engine and causing faster oil degradation. As a result, friction between metal parts is increased, as is the risk of premature engine failure.
Over 15 000 hours of research, testing and development have gone into creating TOTAL QUARTZ with Age Resistance Technology (ART). This breakthrough innovation increases molecular interaction, to provide the ultimate protection for your engine.
TOTAL QUARTZ WITH ART OFFERS GREATER PROTECTION TO KEEP YOUR ENGINE YOUNGER FOR LONGER.
TOTAL QUARTZ with ART increases molecular interaction to offer the ultimate resistance to oil oxidation and sludge build-up, helping your engine to stay younger for longer.
TOTAL QUARTZ provides improved protection for your car engine, even in extreme heat and cold.
Less friction between an engine's moving parts means reduced energy waste and greater fuel economy. Less fuel consumption also means less emissions.
* Compared to official industry test limits.
** As measured for TOTAL QUARTZ INEO DYNAMICS 0W-20 through official industry tests.
Age Resistance Technology is a breakthrough innovation developed by our engineers. Interaction between oil molecules is increased, creating a super molecular structure. This helps prevent the lubricant protective film from breaking down in conditions such as extreme temperatures, pressure or sludge build-up. TOTAL QUARTZ with ART protects all your engine parts.
ASTON MARTIN RECOMMENDS TOTAL
We work with Total to develop and test products on-track, which can then be found in our road cars
David King - Vice President and Chief Special Operations Officer
- Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd.
Synthetic lubricants are usually manufactured using chemically modified petroleum components rather than whole crude oil, but they can also be synthesized from other raw materials.