Original Porsche Brakes
Original Porsche Brakes
 

Slowing down extremely fast

Original Porsche Brakes are precisely adapted to the engine output and suspension of the relevant model. And that, in turn, guarantees uncompromising safety and absolute performance. Each and every part is tested under the most extreme conditions, to ensure it offers the high material quality and low susceptibility to wear you expect – for the life of your Porsche.

Step on the brake pedal of a Porsche and you feel it instantaneously: the one-of-a-kind agility that makes braking as much about performance as accelerating is. It’s the result of over 70 years of motorsport experience and continuous development.

Read on to learn more about what makes Porsche brakes unique.

Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB)

The Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake with yellow-coated aluminum fixed calipers is the ultimate upgrade for your Porsche. These larger cross-drilled brake discs provide considerably greater power, for exceptionally short braking distances, maximum braking safety and greater control in extreme driving situations. The ceramic brakes are also 50% lighter than gray cast iron discs, which enables better grip, greater driving and ride comfort, and more agility.

Porsche Surface Coated Brakes (PSCB)

The Porsche Surface Coated Brake (PSCB) combines a gray cast iron brake disk with a ceramic coating. This brake system’s attractive white calipers include brake disks with high corrosion resistance, even when the vehicle is not driven for extended periods. The significant reduction in brake dust buildup results in wheels and a brake system that remain cleaner for longer.

Original Porsche Brakes

Thanks to technology transfer from our race cars, Porsche Original Brakes achieve a constant braking effect even under high loads. The internally vented brake discs – which may also be cross-drilled – provide improved wet braking and optimal cooling. The brake calipers, whether in anodized black 4-piston or red 6-piston aluminum variants, feature an enclosed monobloc design providing high rigidity and pressure point responsiveness, low weight and tight pedal travel.