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As the UK’s leading brake brand, Pagid has been the preferred OE partner for automotive brands for over 50 years. With in-house research and development, European manufacturing and proven braking performance, Pagid remains the original choice, now and for the future.

Use the pedals below to see Pagid OE approvals through the years.

As the UK’s leading brake brand, Pagid has been the preferred OE partner for automotive brands for over 50 years. With in-house research and development, European manufacturing and proven braking performance, Pagid remains the original choice, now and for the future.

Use the pedals below to see Pagid OE approvals through the years.

2016

Other 2016 Models:

  • Aston Martin DB11
  • Audi A3
  • Audi RS3
  • BMW M3 GTS
  • BMW X4M
  • BMW X5M
  • Bugatti BG744
  • Honda Civic (Brazil)
  • Lamborghini Huracan
  • Lexus 953
  • Porsche GT4
  • VW Crafter
  • VW Golf

2015

Other 2015 Models:

  • Aston Martin GT12
  • Aston Martin Vulcan
  • Audi Q7
  • Bentley
  • BMW X3
  • BMW X4
  • BMW X5
  • BMW X6
  • Chrysler Viper Track Pack
  • Mercedes S Class AMG
  • Porsche Cayenne
  • Porsche Macan
  • Porsche Panamera G2

2014

Other 2014 Models:

  • Audi RS3
  • Audi RSQ3
  • Audi TTRS
  • BMW M3
  • Fiat B SUV
  • Ford Shelby
  • Ford Transit Courier
  • Honda NSX
  • Mercedes AMG C190
  • Porsche Macan
  • Porsche Panamera

2013

PAGID titanitum

First Titanium brake pads in the market supplied by Pagid.

Other 2013 Models:

  • Aston Martin Rapide S
  • BMW 7 (35up)
  • Corvette J57
  • Dodge Viper
  • Fiat Ducato
  • Mercedes AMG SLS Black Series
  • Mercedes S-Class

2012

Other 2012 Models:

  • Aston Martin Vanquish Volante
  • Audi R8
  • Audi S4
  • Ford B-Max
  • Ferrari F151
  • Opel Movano
  • Opel Vivaro
  • Porsche 911 (991)
  • Porsche Boxster
  • Porsche GT3

2011

Acquisition of TMD Friction Group by Nisshinbo Holdings

With this acquisition the world's largest supplier of friction material for the automotive industry was founded. Nisshinbo Holdings is Nikkel-225-listed conglomerate founded in 1907 employing more than 20,000 people.

2011

Other 2011 Models:

  • BMW M3 GTS
  • Honda Civic
  • Lamborghini Aventador
  • Mercedes B-Class (W246)
  • Mercedes CLS
  • Mercedes SLK (R172)
  • Toyota Yaris

2010

Other 2010 Models:

  • Aston Martin Rapide
  • Audi RS5
  • Bentley BY831
  • BMW X3 (F25)
  • VW Touareg

2009

Other 2009 Models:

  • BMW M5
  • Chevrolet Corvette
  • Ferrari F149
  • Lexus LS
  • Porsche Panamera

2008

Other 2008 Models:

  • Aston Martin DB9
  • Audi Q7 V12
  • Mercedes A-Class
  • Mercedes E-Class (W212)

2007

Other 2007 Models:

  • Audi A3
  • Audi R8
  • Mercedes C-Class (W204)

2006

Other 2006 Models:

  • Audi A4
  • Audi Q7
  • Audi S6
  • Audi TT
  • Opel Corsa D
  • Toyota Yaris

2005

Other 2005 Models:

  • Audi RS4
  • Ferrari F430
  • Fiat Punto, Doblo
  • Mercedes B-Class (W245)
  • Porsche 911 (997)
  • Porsche GT3
  • Suzuki Lana, Swift
  • VW Golf V R32

2004

Other 2004 Models:

  • Audi A6, S4
  • Mercedes A-Class (W169)
  • Mercedes McLaren SLR
  • Mitsubishi Colt
  • Opel Astra H
  • Opel Tiger

2003

Other 2003 Models:

  • Audi RS6
  • Audi S4
  • BMW X3 (E83)
  • Opel Meriva
  • Toyota Avensis
  • VW Phaeton

2002

Other 2002 Models:

  • Porsche Boxster
  • Porsche Cayenne
  • Toyota Corolla
  • VW Touareg

2001

TMD Friction Group

Acquisition by TMD Friction Group and restructuring resulting in modernisation of the manufacturing process. Implementation of small series production for high performance and racing pads. Transfer of the OE PCL production to Spain

2001

Other 2001 Models:

  • Opel Vivaro
  • VW Polo

2000

PAGID Ceramic

First ceramic brakes in the market.

Other 2000 Models:

  • Audi A2
  • Mercedes C-Class (W203)
  • Mercedes CL55 AMG F1
  • Opel Corsa C
  • Porsche 911 (996)
  • Porsche 997 (Turbo)

1998

Other 1998 Models:

  • Audi TT
  • Opel Astra G
  • Opel Movano
  • Porsche 911 (996)

1997

Other 1997 Models:

  • Mercedes A-Class (W168)
  • Porsche Boxster (986)
  • VW Golf IV
  • VW Lupo

1996

Other 1996 Models:

  • VW Passat

1995

Other 1995 Models:

  • Opel Vectra B

1994

Other 1994 Models:

  • Audi A4
  • Audi A8
  • Opel Omega

1993

Other 1993 Models:

  • Mercedes C-Class (W202)
  • Opel Corsa B

1991

Other 1991 Models:

  • Fiat Cinquecento
  • Mercedes S-Class (W140)
  • Opel Astra F
  • VW Golf III

1990

Rütgers Pagid AG goes International

Build-up of an international friction group with plants in Germany, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, France and China (JV) and sale companies in Spain, France and Great Britain.

1980

Other 1980's Models:

  • 1981 - VW Polo
  • 1982 - Mercedes 190 Series
  • 1983 - VW Golf III
  • 1985 - Mercedes 190 Series
  • 1986 - Audi 80
  • 1986 - Audi 90
  • 1986 - Opel Omega
  • 1987 - Alfa Romeo 164
  • 1988 - Opel Vectra A
  • 1988 - VW Passat
  • 1988 - Porsche 911 (964)

1974

Development Success

Successful development of non-asbestos friction material.

1973

Volkswagen Approval

First serial approval by Volkswagen for semi-metallic disc brake pads.

1970

Other 1970's Models:

  • 1973 - VW Passat
  • 1973 - Porsche 914
  • 1974 - VW Golf I
  • 1974 - VW Scirocco
  • 1975 - VW Polo
  • 1976 - Mercedes W123
  • 1978 - Audi 80
  • 1978 - Porsche 944
  • 1979 - Mercedes S-Class (W123)

1960

First Ford and VW passenger cars equipped with Pagid disc brake pads.

Other 1960's Models

  • 1963 - Mercedes W110
  • 1964 - Mercedes W111
  • 1968 - Porsche 911

1950

Establishment of Pagid Brand

Start of the production of linings for passenger cars under the brand Pagid. Over the following years, Pagid grows into renowned brand name, not least known for its expertise in high performance and racing vehicles.

1925

Foundation of PAG Presswerk AG

Presswerk AG (PAG) oversaw the production of duroplastic parts for radio, telecommunications and domestic appliances. Involvement in the development of technical equipment for the armed forces. They were also commissioned to produce brake friction materials for the HermanKirbach'schen Werke in Coswig. From the production of 'People's Receivers' to brake pads for premium cars.