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WINTER SOTTOZERO™ 3

WINTER SOTTOZERO™ 3

WINTER SOTTOZERO™ 3 has been designed taking the evolution of modern vehicles into account.
In order to achieve maximum control and performance in all winter weather conditions , new compounds and a new sipe design have been introduced.
WINTER SOTTOZERO™ 3 has been co developed with our Premium and Prestige OEMs.
Vehicle
car
Season
winter
Type
performance
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Tyre Details
Fit on your car
Performance
8 DRY
8 WET
8 SPORT
10 SNOW
9 COMFORT
8 MILEAGE
HOMOLOGATION
Alfa Romeo
Audi
BMW
Bentley
Jaguar
Lamborghini
Maserati
Mc Laren
Mercedes
Porsche
Tesla
An Original Equipment tire is a custom-made product developed for a specific car model, to ensure the perfect tire for every customer.

WINTER SOTTOZERO™ 3

Details
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features

3D sipe technology

advantages

Improved handling on dry road condition, reducing the braking distance

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features

Directional double arrows pattern design

advantages

Higher Traction on Snow Condition

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features

Higher sipes density

advantages

Better grip on snow road condition

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features

Wider grooves

advantages

Excellent wet handling and braking performance

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features

Functionalized compound

advantages

High grip all Winter weather condition

*Actual performance will vary based on road, weather, tire, vehicle and driver variables
Technology
runflat
pncs
sealinside

RUN FLAT™

NO-PRESSURE DRIVE
It is the tire dedicated to high-end premium cars and SUVs, specifically designed to fit perfectly with the modern vehicles' features ensuring maximum safety, control and performance in all weather conditions.

PNCS™

COMFORTABLE DRIVING
The PIRELLI NOISE CANCELLING SYSTEM™ (PNCS) is a technology able to reduce the noise inside the vehicle thanks to a sound absorbing device applied to the inside circumferential wall of the tire, reducing noise significantly.

SEAL INSIDE™

PUNCTURE CONTROL
SEAL INSIDE is a new tire construction technology that allows you to continue driving without losing air pressure even after the tire has been punctured by an external object. Covering almost 85% of the possible accidental causes of pressure loss