Jakarta, April 14, 2016 - Shell V Power is designed to offer improved performance through its advanced technology, enhancing engine power by actively protecting your engine to help it perform to its potential in whichever car you drive1.

Shell V-Power has a unique double action formulation designed to actively clean your engine from power-robbing deposits and help protect vital engine parts, enhancing the responsiveness of your engine. It also contains Friction Modification Technology formulated to create a protective film between piston and cylinder helping to reduce friction resistance and allow the engine to turn more freely to help the engine to deliver more power to the wheels. And with every fill, Shell V-Power is designed to help keep your engine feeling like new1.

Mae Ascan, Fuels Scientist, Shell Projects and Technology, said: “At Shell we know that all fuels are not the same, which is why we are committed to making better fuels for our customers and their cars. We recommend regular use of Shell V-Power, to take maximum advantage of the performance benefits it is designed to offer.”

Shell has over a century of experience in fuels development with approximately 170 fuels scientists and specialists across the globe working on fuels innovation, development and product implementation to meet the evolving needs of our customers and their cars. Today, Shell V-Power fuels developed in close collaboration of more than 60 years with Scuderia Ferrari, are enjoyed by customers in 69 countries around the world.

1 Actual effects and benefits may vary according to vehicle, age of vehicle, driving conditions and driving style. Actual potential benefits relate to a detergency element which is designed to help clean-up existing deposits in your engine.

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