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Modern wet weather tyres have wider circumferential grooves which actually pump the water out the rear as they travel along. You can see this on a rainy day for yourself when a sports car passes you the freeway, there will be a rooster tail of water coming out from underneath the rear. These tyres will have tiny knife cuts called sipes on the tread blocks which give these tyres additional grip on wet roads similar to an octopus sticking to a rock. Wet weather tyres of recent past had a v-shape directional tread design that would pump the water out on an angle and work as an anchor under braking.


CONTINENTAL


ContiMaxContact MC5

As a result of the new Activated silica compound, Continental’s ContiMaxContact MC5 combines a high level of handling capabilities with comfort and quietness for a well-rounded performance tyre.

Features Noise Breakers from Conti Silent Tread Pattern Groove Technology breaks air-waves in longitudinal grooves to reduce noise without compromising other performances.

V-Shaped Siped inner ribs provide for smooth rolling throughout the tyre’s circumference giving optimum driving comfort coupled with optimum safety performance.

Advanced Silica Compound Technology minimises rolling resistance forces for better fuel efficiency and lower CO2 emissions.


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TOYO TYRES


PROXES C1S

The Proxes C1S is a premium radial car tyre from Toyo Tires. Designed specifically for premium and luxury sedans, it offers high-speed stability and a quiet and comfortable ride. The Proxes C1S has low rolling resistance, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving fuel economy.

The Proxes C1S is available in a variety of tyre sizes and delivers top quality performance with affordable technology at the right price.


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PIRELLI


Cinturato P7

Pirellis first ‘Green Performance’ tyre, the Cinturato P7, has been created to take advantage of the latest materials, structures and tread design in order to guarantee savings, environmental responsibility, comfort and safety.

Features Technologically advanced polymers in the tread compound increase grip on wet and dry roads while lowering vehicle fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

The asymmetric tread design promotes even wear, improves ride comfort and reduces noise levels.

Robust shoulders and continuous ribs on the outboard portion of the tyre enhance lateral grip.

Four circumferential channels provide efficient expulsion of water from the contact patch to increase hydroplaning resistance and wet weather traction.


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GOODYEAR


Eagle F1

The Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 takes the excellent performance of its predecessor to new levels and is now the benchmark for ultra-high performance car tyres. With Goodyear's revolutionary Active Braking Technology the Eagle F1 A2 increases the road contact under braking conditions, providing shorter braking distances & superior grip performance on both wet and dry road surfaces. Provides increased mileage and reduced rolling resistance.

Active Braking Technology.

Lower Tyre Weight.

Fuel Saving Technology.


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