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Ride Control Europe Technology Update & Media Drive
Ride Control Europe Technology Update & Media Drive
Agenda
Agenda
TENNECO OVERVIEW
TENNECO OVERVIEW
Global Supplier  Emission and Ride Control Systems
Global Supplier Emission and Ride Control Systems
Tenneco Global Operations
Tenneco Global Operations
Largest Customers
Largest Customers
Diversified Light Platform Mix
Diversified Light Platform Mix
2010 Financial Results
2010 Financial Results
Strategic Initiatives
Strategic Initiatives
Regulatory-Driven Growth Opportunities
Regulatory-Driven Growth Opportunities
New Market Opportunties
New Market Opportunties
Significant Growth Opportunities in BRIC+T Markets
Significant Growth Opportunities in BRIC+T Markets
China Growth
China Growth
Five Year OE Revenue Growth
Five Year OE Revenue Growth
Global Aftermarket
Global Aftermarket
RIDE CONTROL EUROPE STRATEGY
RIDE CONTROL EUROPE STRATEGY
Ride Control Europe Footprint & Market Share
Ride Control Europe Footprint & Market Share
Customer Mix  The Full Range
Customer Mix The Full Range
Two-Wheeler Suspension with Marzocchi
Two-Wheeler Suspension with Marzocchi
Ride Control Technology Roadmap
Ride Control Technology Roadmap
Product Complexity Adds Content
Product Complexity Adds Content
Electronic Damping Technologies for Improved Ride Performance and
Electronic Damping Technologies for Improved Ride Performance and
Advanced Ride Technologies Driving Growth
Advanced Ride Technologies Driving Growth
Launches 2010  2011
Launches 2010 2011
NEW RIDE CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES
NEW RIDE CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES
Kinetic H2/CES History
Kinetic H2/CES History
Kinetic  Racing Success
Kinetic Racing Success
Kinetic  Racing Success
Kinetic Racing Success
Kinetic  Series Project
Kinetic Series Project
The Ideal Marriage Between Kinetic and CES
The Ideal Marriage Between Kinetic and CES
Kinetic H2/CES  Driver Advantages
Kinetic H2/CES Driver Advantages
ACOCAR History
ACOCAR History
InAST/REVAS Flanders Drive Project 2008-10
InAST/REVAS Flanders Drive Project 2008-10
Simulations to Generate Ideal Force-Velocity Working Points
Simulations to Generate Ideal Force-Velocity Working Points
Active Suspension Working Points
Active Suspension Working Points
Actuator Performance  Force-Velocity
Actuator Performance Force-Velocity
Actuator Performance  Force-Velocity
Actuator Performance Force-Velocity
ACOCAR  Driver Advantages
ACOCAR Driver Advantages
Looking Further to the Future Ongoing R&D Projects
Looking Further to the Future Ongoing R&D Projects
AFTERMARKET
AFTERMARKET
Thank You
Thank You

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1 Ride Control Europe Technology Update & Media Drive

Ride Control Europe Technology Update & Media Drive

June 21-22, 2011 MIRA Technology Park, Nuneaton, UK

2 Agenda

Agenda

17:00 Welcome & Introduction Margie Pazikas, Executive Director Communications, International 17:05 17:20 Tenneco Overview Josep Fornos, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Europe, South America & India 17:20 17:40 Ride Control Europe Strategy Sandro Paparelli, Vice President & General Manager 17:40 18:00 New Ride Control Technologies Koen Reybrouck, Global Ride Control Technology Director 18:00 18:10 Aftermarket Alex Gelbcke, Vice President & General Manager, Aftermarket Europe 18:10 18:30 Q&A

3 TENNECO OVERVIEW

TENNECO OVERVIEW

Josep Fornos Senior Vice President & General Manager, Europe, South America & India

4 Global Supplier  Emission and Ride Control Systems

Global Supplier Emission and Ride Control Systems

Product, Market and Geographic Balance

2010 Revenues $5,937MM

41% Europe, S. America & India

48% North America

11% Asia Pacific

2010

2009

Emission Control / Ride Control

64 / 36

63 / 37

Original Equipment / Aftermarket

80 / 20

78 / 22

2009 Revenues $4,649MM

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5 Tenneco Global Operations

Tenneco Global Operations

Approximately 22,000 employees serving customers globally from more than 80 manufacturing facilities and 14 engineering and technical centers

Headquarters Emission Control Manufacturing Ride Control Manufacturing Emission Control Engineering Ride Control Engineering

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6 Largest Customers

Largest Customers

Balanced Customer Mix

Original Equipment

Aftermarket

As a % of Total 2010 Revenues

19.0% 13.3% 7.5% 5.0% 4.3% 3.3% 3.1% 2.1% 2.0% 2.0%

2.1% 1.6% 1.4% 1.1% 1.0% 0.9% 0.3% 0.3% 0.3% 0.2%

NAPA

General Motors

Advance Auto Parts

Ford Motor

Temot Autoteile GmbH

Volkswagen Group

OReilly Automotive

Toyota Motor

Uni-Select Inc.

Daimler AG

SAIC Motor Corp.

ADI (Autodistribution Int.)

GAU (Group Auto Union)

BMW

Pep Boys

Chrysler

Rede Presidente

PSA Peugeot Citro?n

First Auto Works (FAW)

ATR (Auto Teile Ring GmbH)

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7 Diversified Light Platform Mix

Diversified Light Platform Mix

Products on 252 platforms 6 out of 10 top platforms are European Average annual platform revenue $15MM

Top 10 Platforms 28%

EC Emission Control RC Ride Control EL Elastomers

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8 2010 Financial Results

2010 Financial Results

$ Millions, except as noted

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* Including noncontrolling interests. Adjusted for restructuring activities, pension charges, charges related to refinancing, environmental reserve and tax adjustments. See reconciliations to U.S. GAAP at end of presentation.

9 Strategic Initiatives

Strategic Initiatives

Invest in growing markets with proprietary technologies

Advance operational excellence

Improve financial strength

Leading emission control technologies to meet regulations Adjacent markets for new revenue opportunities Advanced technology for improved ride performance BRIC+T markets for rapid growth Enhance customer mix Leverage aftermarket premium brands and distribution strength Continuous productivity improvements with Tenneco Manufacturing System Standardized global processes and capabilities Optimize global footprint Improvements in safety and quality Capitalize on cash flow and EVA discipline Focus on reducing leverage Target net debt/adjusted mid-cycle EBITDA* ratio of 2.0X * Including noncontrolling interests

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10 Regulatory-Driven Growth Opportunities

Regulatory-Driven Growth Opportunities

Global Emissions Regulation Timeline

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

U.S.

Locomotive & Marine Tiers 0-2

US-10 CVS On-Highway Motorcycle Rule Tier 2

US Off-Road Tier 4i*

Locomotive & Marine Tier 3 CA CVS Retrofit*

R.I.C.E. Stationary Locomotive & Marine Tier 4*

US Off-Road Diesel Tier 4f * CA LEV III

US Fed Tier 3 LVS*

EUROPE

Euro-5 CVS

Euro-5 LVS*

NL Marine OE / Retrofit PM 2.5 & NO2 limits

EU Off-Road Stage 3B* EU CO2 / GHG 120g PM # LVS

Motorcycle Euro 4

Euro-6 CVS* EU Sound regulation

EU Off-Road Stage 4 Euro-6 LVS* Moped Euro 4

CHINA

Euro-3 Two-Wheel Beijing Euro-4 LVS

Beijing CVS Yellow Label

Euro-4 LVS

Euro-4 CVS Euro-5 LVS*

Beijing Euro-5 CVS

Euro-5 CVS** Tier 4 non-road Major cities**

JAPAN

Cold-start restrictions LVS

Japan-09 LVS / CVS

NOx reductions LVS

JP-13 CVS

JP-16 CVS*

BRAZIL

US Tier 2 LVS* Motorcycle Rule*

Euro-5 CVS

RUSSIA

Euro-3 LVS

Euro-4 LVS / CVS

Euro-5 CVS

INDIA

Euro-4 LVS* Motorcycle Rule*

Euro-4 CVS 11 Cities

CVS - Commercial Vehicle Systems * Phased in Pending LVS - Light Vehicle Systems ** Estimated date

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11 New Market Opportunties

New Market Opportunties

12 Significant Growth Opportunities in BRIC+T Markets

Significant Growth Opportunities in BRIC+T Markets

India Since 1995

China Since 1995

Thailand Since 2001

Russia Since 2003

Well-positioned with manufacturing and engineering facilities to capture growth

11.3% CAGR

8.1% CAGR

7.9% CAGR

9.1% CAGR

First emission control supplier

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CAGR: Projected 5-year Compounded Average Growth Rate through 2015 for industry light vehicle production in the applicable country

Source: IHS Automotive, January 2011

13 China Growth

China Growth

Emission Control Six majority-owned JVs, including recently announced JV with FAW Sihuan for commercial and light vehicles New wholly-owned emission control manufacturing in Guangzhou Advanced emission control engineering center in Shanghai Ride Control One majority-owned JV production facility in Beijing Wholly-owned elastomer production facility for domestic and export business

Tenneco serves global OEMs as well as domestic manufacturers in China

14 Five Year OE Revenue Growth

Five Year OE Revenue Growth

15 Global Aftermarket

Global Aftermarket

Tenneco Strengths Strong global brands Premium products Distribution capabilities Growth Maintaining premium brand position and growing market share with core products Expanding core product offerings Leveraging brands and distribution for non-core product lines brake pads, steering and suspension BRIC+T markets

Excellent Profitability and Cash Generation

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16 RIDE CONTROL EUROPE STRATEGY

RIDE CONTROL EUROPE STRATEGY

Sandro Paparelli, Vice President & General Manager, Ride Control Europe

17 Ride Control Europe Footprint & Market Share

Ride Control Europe Footprint & Market Share

28 Million Dampers in 2010

Well Balanced Presence Close to OEM Customers

2,723 Hourly Employees 736 Salaried Employees Seven Plants 1 JIT Two Engineering Centres $462 million OE sales in 2010 Leading market share (units) 2010

18 Customer Mix  The Full Range

Customer Mix The Full Range

From volume platforms

to luxury vehicles and

19 Two-Wheeler Suspension with Marzocchi

Two-Wheeler Suspension with Marzocchi

Entry to Two-Wheeler Market

New Technology

Acquired Marzocchi in 2008 Proprietary front fork technology #2 fork producer globally (>250cc) Enables Tenneco to offer full motorbike suspension systems Front forks/rear shocks Leverages light vehicle suspension knowledge Transfers lightweight and advanced materials expertise to passenger car

Worlds first fork with alloy stanchion tubes Active and semi-active suspension for front fork and rear shock Magnesium sliders

20 Ride Control Technology Roadmap

Ride Control Technology Roadmap

Technology Roadmap

Production Ready in 2012-2015

Development / Production Contracts

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Multi Tunable Valve (Global Valve) Hollow Piston Rod Blow Off Disc Spring Valve BOCS Valve

Plastic Spring Seat Kinetic H2 CES Combo Lightweight Aluminum Tube Kinetic H2 for ATV Lightweight Rod Guide

Variable Tube Thickness Velocity Progressive Seat Dampers High-Velocity Compression Damping

Thin Wall Lightweight Monotube CES II External Valve Green Shock with Bio Oil Global Valve II Aluminum Dual Tube Damper CVS Double Path Mount

FSD Valving System DRiV TM Digital Valve Lightweight Composite Strut CVS CES Cab Shock Dual Stage Electronic Shock Hydraulic Leveling

ACOCAR Active System Integrated CVS Regenerative Damper Motorbike Electronic Shock

Semi-active Internal Valve ENRES Energy Recuperation

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21 Product Complexity Adds Content

Product Complexity Adds Content

22 Electronic Damping Technologies for Improved Ride Performance and

Electronic Damping Technologies for Improved Ride Performance and

Safety

Kinetic + CES (H2CES)

DRiV TM Digital Valve

Actively COntrolled CAR (ACOCAR)

Continuously Controlled Electronic Suspension (CES)

Combination of Kinetic and CES Kinetic Independent corner control with a more neutral steering behavior CES Semi-active body and wheel hop control with a better compromise between handling and comfort Recently debuted on the McLaren MP4-12C Awarded Supplier of the Year from Vehicle Dynamics International magazine for our Kinetic H2/CES Semi-Active Suspension In testing and development for another manufacturer

Targeting substantial portion of CES benefits for broader market Lower total system cost no dedicated ECU required Improved packaging and reduced power consumption

Fully-active suspension with ultimate comfort and excellent handling In development with a global OEM

Continue to win and launch new CES business In production on 30 models with multiple customers including Volvo, Audi, Ford Europe, Mercedes/AMG, Volkswagen, BMW In development with 9 additional models Selling price is about 4-6 times price for a standard shock

IN PRODUCTION

IN PRODUCTION

IN DEVELOPMENT

IN DEVELOPMENT

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European Electronic Dampers Market Evolution and Tenneco Growth (In Millions of Units)

23 Advanced Ride Technologies Driving Growth

Advanced Ride Technologies Driving Growth

Lightweight Components

Elastomer Growth

Improves fuel economy and CO2 reduction through reduced weight Hollow rod Aluminum tube Variable tube thickness Plastic spring seat In production or development with several customers, including GM, Volkswagen, Audi, Mercedes, PSA, BMW and another high performance sports car

Highly engineered noise, vibration and harshness solutions Continued growth in commercial vehicle market Integration of EC and RC capabilities; exhaust isolators

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24 Launches 2010  2011

Launches 2010 2011

2010 Passenger Car Mercedes-Benz CLS (CES), AMG E-class kombi (CES), SLK (CES & conventional) Ford C-Max, C-Max Grand MAV Dacia Duster; Duster 4 x 4 Volvo S60 (CES) Mazda 5 GM Opel Insignia Hiper VW Polo (Russia), Sharan Audi A1, A6, S-Line, Q5 BMW X3 (CES) Saab 9-5 Peugeot 508 Suzuki Swift

2010 Commercial Vehicle Daimler Actros (Axle) DAF CMP (Cabin) Scania R& P (Axle) 2011 Passenger Car Mercedes-Benz AMG CLS (CES), AMG SLK Ford Focus, Ford B-Max VW New Small Up Ford Transit Connect Suzuki Swift Sport 2011 Commercial Vehicle Volvo HD P 2685 (Cabin)

25 NEW RIDE CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

NEW RIDE CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

Koen Reybrouck, Global Ride Control Technology Director

26 Kinetic H2/CES History

Kinetic H2/CES History

1990-1999: The Kinetic idea was born in the outback of Australia: Citro?n fan Chris Heyring has the brilliant idea to improve suspension performance using a new hydraulic suspension system The Kinetic system decouples the roll, heave and articulation stiffness in vehicle suspension to simultaneously achieve better handling and traction Chris starts a small company and files patents 1999: Tenneco recognizes the potential of the ideas and acquires the Kinetic company

27 Kinetic  Racing Success

Kinetic Racing Success

28 Kinetic  Racing Success

Kinetic Racing Success

29 Kinetic  Series Project

Kinetic Series Project

30 The Ideal Marriage Between Kinetic and CES

The Ideal Marriage Between Kinetic and CES

CES is a highly successful semi-active damping system Volvo S60, V70, S80, XC60, XC70 Ford S-Max, Galaxy, Mondeo Mercedes-Benz C-, E-Class, CLS, SLK VW Passat CC, Eos, Tiguan, Scirocco BMW X3 Kinetic technology transfer to Belgium Use of high tech engineering capabilities to further develop Kinetic Introduction of CES technology and smart control algorithms Succesful introduction of Kinetic H2/CES at European OEMs

31 Kinetic H2/CES  Driver Advantages

Kinetic H2/CES Driver Advantages

Superb traction both on- and off-road Equal wheel loading Excellent handling High roll stiffness Improved steering Less influence of road undulations Improved comfort Computer controlled adjustable damping and roll stiffness No roll stiffness on straight roads

32 ACOCAR History

ACOCAR History

1997: Patented by Tenneco 1999-2003: In-lab development Concept proven Market not ready Enabling events: CES technology success Changing market: Mercedes-Benz, ABC, Bose R&D support: Flemish government , Flanders Drive, Tenneco Process of Innovation Growing customer expectations

33 InAST/REVAS Flanders Drive Project 2008-10

InAST/REVAS Flanders Drive Project 2008-10

With the support of:

Vehicle dynamics

server: state

estimator

Active safety demonstrator

Active suspension

Rapid prototyping

Innovative sensors

software platform

34 Simulations to Generate Ideal Force-Velocity Working Points

Simulations to Generate Ideal Force-Velocity Working Points

Current situation

Defined heave, pitch and roll targets for primary ride

35 Active Suspension Working Points

Active Suspension Working Points

Normal Road

Rough Road

Average power active quadrants: 3W / corner

Average power active quadrants: 22W / corner

36 Actuator Performance  Force-Velocity

Actuator Performance Force-Velocity

Pump flow 0 l/min

Pump flow 1 l/min

37 Actuator Performance  Force-Velocity

Actuator Performance Force-Velocity

Pump flow 5 l/min

Pump flow 8 l/min

38 ACOCAR  Driver Advantages

ACOCAR Driver Advantages

Targets Future Luxury Limousines, SUVs and GTs

Unsurpassed body control Low energy consumption Low weight Easy packaging versus current active systems Ultimate comfort Excellent handling

39 Looking Further to the Future Ongoing R&D Projects

Looking Further to the Future Ongoing R&D Projects

ENRES: Energy recuperation in (semi)- active suspension systems Flanders Drive VISION project Uses new vision sensors

Confidential - 2010 Flanders DRIVE all rights reserved

40 AFTERMARKET

AFTERMARKET

Alex Gelbcke, Vice President & General Manager, Aftermarket Europe

41 Thank You

Thank You

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