The P ZERO™ CORSA brings the best of motorsport technology to road and track driving. Designed with leading vehicle manufactures in the high performance sector, it provides exceptional levels of braking and traction, thanks to its racing tread compound and innovative tread pattern.
P ZERO™ is our flagship Ultra High Performance product, combining Pirelli’s background in competitive motorsports and our alliance with top car manufacturers to meet the unique needs of each vehicle with a high level of customization for a wide range of applications.
The P ZERO™ has been the original equipment of choice for some of the most performance-oriented and powerful models on the market. The P ZERO™’s asymmetric tread pattern improves braking performance while enhancing grip and control, in dry and wet conditions
Designed with optimized materials and tread design, the P ZERO™ NERO GT enhances wear resistance without compromising the sporty feel of the product in both dry and wet conditions. This Ultra High Performance tire is especially suited for discerning tuners who want a custom look.
Engineered for vehicles with electronic traction and stability control systems, P ZERO™ ROSSO is the ideal choice for vehicles with medium high displacement. It provides the perfect balance between performance and comfort in wet and dry conditions.
The NEW CINTURATO P7™ is the latest Pirelli Summer high performance tire for premium cars and crossovers with a strong focus on wet performance, mileage, and rolling resistance.
The CINTURATO™ P7™ was created to take full advantage of the latest materials and technology. Its unique tread pattern is designed to extend its mileage savings while providing excellent control, grip, and a comfortable ride.
The SCORPION™ VERDE is an SUV and crossover product that provides excellent grip and stability in a wide range of road conditions. The low rolling resistance and reduced weight are designed to promote lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
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The tire size can typically be found on the tire sidewall
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