Total Specialties USA, Inc. announced that it is upgrading its TOTAL CLASSIC engine oils to the TOTAL QUARTZ 5000 and 7000 series engine oils. This transition provides an improved product that will meet the evolving needs of modern engines by providing the new API SN PLUS specification.
The new TOTAL QUARTZ 7000 Future XT products offer the same quality semi-synthetic oils customers have come to expect from Total, are tailor-made for the requirements of OEMs and will now have approvals from Ford and GM that were not carried under the Classic line.
In addition, TOTAL QUARTZ 7000 Future XT will carry the API SN PLUS specification to combat LSPI issues seen in newer engines. This upgrade continues Total’s proud history of offering new and innovative motor oils for high-performance engines.
TOTAL QUARTZ has been proven not just in passenger cars but on the track as well. Paul Miller Racing of the GTD Daytona IMSA racing class uses TOTAL QUARTZ in their Lamborghini Huracán GT3. It truly is tested on the track and available to everyone.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Total Specialties USA, Inc. is a part of the Americas Division for the Marketing & Services Branch of the Total Group. Total Specialties USA, Inc. offers a wide range of lubricant products including TOTAL QUARTZ synthetic performance engine oils. Its products are sold through a comprehensive network of distributors, direct channels and an online presence.
The Marketing & Services division of Total develops and markets products primarily derived from crude oil, along with all of the associated services. Its 31,000 employees are present in 109 countries and its products and services offers are sold in 150 countries. Every day, Total Marketing Services serves more than 8 million customers in its network of over 14,000 service stations in 62 countries. As the world’s fourth-largest distributor of lubricants and the leading distributor of petroleum products in Africa, Total Marketing Services operates 50 production sites worldwide where it manufactures the lubricants, bitumen, additives, special fuels and fluids that sustain its growth.