The P ZERO™ SYSTEM is the first combined system of its kind that pairs two tires with different tread pattern to achieve high directional stability at all speeds and exceptional grip in both wet and dry weather conditions.
Depending on the car and the desired application, there are two possible fitment pairings.
Directional tires may be used on the front axle and Asymmetrical on the rear.
Asymmetrical can also be used on both axles.
Using Directional tires on the front maximizes the expulsion of water and Asymmetrical tires on the rear axel enhances dry handling.
Bentley, Ferrari, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Porsche
Original "system" concept featuring directional front and asymmetric rear. P ZERO™ SYSTEM can be either a combination of P ZERO™ Direzionale (front) and P ZERO™ Asimmetrico (rear) or P ZERO™ Asimmetrico all-round.
|1 - P ZERO™ Asimmetrico: three distinct tread areas||Pattern stability and wide contact area||Precise handling and control|
|2 - P ZERO™ Direzionale: arrow-shaped design with wide longitudinal grooves||Precise steering and fast water expulsion||Cornering performance and safety in potential aquaplaning situations|
|P ZERO™ Asimmetrico: tread blocks on external area||Lateral pattern stability||Cornering stability|
|Magazine||Issue||Pattern & size||Vehicle||Result|
Selecting a vehicle the interactive application will show you the Pirelli tyre most suited to your vehicle according to its technical features and homologation and a list of sizes that can replace those originally fitted.
These results are provided AS AN INDICATION and, BEFORE purchasing the tyres, BE SURE TO CONSULT a Pirelli dealer in order to check the technical and legal constraints that may be an obstacle to the replacement proposed.
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