So, I was looking through Motul lineup last few days, and I stumbled across some interesting info. First of all, I did not look before carefully into new X-Clean+ line which is VW504.00/507.00, BMW LL04, MB229.51, although it is out some time. What is interesting about this is KV100 is 11.7, but HTHS is very solid 3.6. I think I will actually try this in Tiguan next time. Motul X-Clean+ 5W30 Another ones are 5W40 lineup. X-Cess and X-Clean. It seems Motul is going strong with HTHS. I was always lukewarm about their oils as KV10 was high, but HTHS was not any better than some other oils with lower KV100. So, 5W40 X-Clean Gen2 has KV100 13.5 while HTHS is 3.9. Motul X-Clean Gen2 5W40 Now, X-Cess Gen2 is not yet available in the US, but it is in Europe. Probably it will find its way here. Same KV100 as X-Clean, 13.5, but HTHS is bit lower at 3.8. Motul X-Cess Gen2 5W40 I was never that impressed by performance numbers Motul posted, never used them. But I will now give it a try in VW and BMW. Unfortunately, we do not make too many miles on Tiguan, around 5K a year, so you guys will have to wait for UOA probably until end of next year, unless some of you do it. I will try it in BMW too. But BMW is port injection, so not really good measurement for DI engines. Will see, I do a lot of miles on BMW (well did before this crisis, but still doing 1000 a month). But, here you go. If someone is willing to do UOA we can get more info. Edit: X-Cess Gen2 is BMW LL01 approved. I think this answers question whether LL01 is obsolete or not.