Excellent reliability and safe performances
Best touring all season performance for SUV
The high performances for SUVs
A street and sport tire for all seasons
All season performance for Pick-ups, SUVs and CUVs
The ideal SUV and all season tire
Green performances for SUV and Crossovers
High performances and saving
More miles per SUV, quiet comfort, safety and better mileage
Off-road performance for 4x4 and Pick-ups
Shape your freedom - 25% off- 75% on
Absolute control on snow for SUVs and CUVs
Elegance and reliability on snow
All season OEM performance for SUVs and Crossovers
The Scorpion™ family includes a range of different tires.
Scorpion™ Verde tires, ideal for summer, are characterized by reduced weight and low rolling resistance, making them able to provide lower fuel consumption and lower CO2 emissions.
The Scorpion™ Verde All Season and the variants Scorpion™ Verde All Season Plus and Scorpion™ Verde All Season Plus II can, however, be used all year round and stand out thanks to their lateral stability and traction in rain or light snow.
Scorpion™ Strada All Season is the ideal tire for SUVs and light trucks that offers safety and optimum ride comfort in all seasons.
The Scorpion™ All Terrain Plus offers increased off-road performance, including rocks, snow, mud, grass, and sand.
The Scorpion™ ATR and Scorpion™ STR make even the most demanding off-road driving easy, resisting the toughest shocks on uneven surfaces. These tires can be used on all types of terrain, from gravel to mud.
The Scorpion™ Winter tires, however, are designed to ensure high levels of performance and safety in the coldest months.
Those looking for absolute control in even the most difficult weather conditions can instead opt for Scorpion™ Ice & Snow Pirelli tires.
Finally, Scorpion™ Zero Asimmetrico is the ideal choice for drivers looking for high sporting performance and safety, both on and off road, thanks to the gritty look of the tread, the high degree of grip, and remarkable driving precision.
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The tire size can typically be found on the tire sidewall
You can find both tire size and car model information in your car registration booklet or alternatively in the door jamb or fuel cap
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