Motul lubricants protect your engine throughout its lifecycle in accordance with the recommendation of the manufacturers and the various existing standards such as EURO, which sets limits on emissions, and other standards like ACEA, API, JASO, NMMA FC-W.SEE ALL CAR ENGINE LUBRICANTS
Synthetic-Technology products combining different most recent approvals from different OEMs in 1 lubricant
Synthetic-Technology products geared for one type of OEM specification or approval in 1 lubricant
Technosynthese® products giving you the best compromise between performance and price competitiveness
4100 & 2100
Technosynthese® products combining popular international standards and some approvals from different OEMs
4000 & 2000
Mineral oils, which combine popular international standards and some OEM approvals
Synthetic-Technology lubricant for internal combustion engines. Recommended for Full Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) and Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles (PHEVs) fitted with gasoline engines.
What does Synthetic-Technology mean?
Our Synthetic-Technology top of the range offering is denoted as our 8100 range in gold colour as well as our specific line in silver colour. Motul combines the latest and best performing synthetic base oils to exceed car manufacturers requirements. The 8100 range is basically a combi-product with many different car manufacturers approvals whereas the specific range is dedicated for special approvals from given car manufacturers.
What does Technosynthese® mean?
Technosynthese® is an ingenious combination of synthetic and best mineral base stocks for optimal performance and price competitiveness. Technosynthese® is a registered trademark from Motul.
What does Mineral mean?
The base stocks used in Motul's mineral range entirely proceed from the refining of crude oil.