However, the session with the biggest difference in results was the last one with 5 braking episodes and a starting speed of 150 km/h (93 mph). When the car was fitted with the stock system, it took 87.77 m (95.9 yards) to stop whereas when fitted with Brembo brakes, it stopped in 81.49 m (89.1 yards).
Here, there was over 6 meters difference between the braking distance required by the Brembo brake system and the stock one. A distance that is the equivalent of the length of two small cars which, as you can imagine, can be decisive for both performance and safety.
As well as the clear benefits in terms of performance and safety demonstrated by the test drive, there are also the stylistic advantages of the exclusive Brembo geometries and design.
With their painted aluminum calipers (available in: Red, Black, White, Yellow and Neon Yellow) with the Brembo logo together with slotted or drilled discs, the Brembo UPGRADE brake systems give an unmistakably sporty and eye-catching look to the car which appeals even more to whoever wants to enhance their vehicle's design and stand out from the crowd.