The McLaren GT defines the new GT family in the McLaren range and boasts a set of P ZERO™ tires (20"/21") which offer outstanding wet performance and high levels of comfort, thanks also to PNCS™. For the winter season the P ZERO™ Winter keeps the bad weather in check.
The limited series McLaren Speedtail is the fastest McLaren ever built, capable of 403 km/h. It fits two special P ZERO™ tires to cope with the very high velocity.
The Senna is the most extreme McLaren road car yet. Its power-to-weight ratio of 668PS-per-tonne delivers savage performance, kept under control by bespoke Pirelli P ZERO™ Trofeo R tires.
With its 720 PS, the 720S is the first model in the new Super Series; the model is equipped with a choice of the new P ZERO™ (MC) or P ZERO™ Corsa (MC) tires, both featuring PNCS™ technology for improved acoustic comfort.
The same stage hosted the launch of the limited edition 675LT: All 500 were sold before the official launch.
The Woking based manufacturer revolutionizes its range with the introduction of the Sports Series which includes the: 570S, the 570GT and the recently launch the 570S Spider. All the Sports Series models feature the new Pirelli P ZERO™ or P ZERO™ Corsa with PNCS™ tire technology for improved acoustic comfort.
The McLaren 650S, an evolution of the first coupé but with aesthetics closer to those of the P1, makes its global début at the Geneva Motor Show, naturally equipped with Pirelli P ZERO™, P ZERO™ Corsa and P ZERO™ Trofeo tires for use on the track.
The McLaren P1 hybrid débuts at the Geneva Motor Show. The hybrid technology developed in F1 makes Pirelli the perfect partner, with the P ZERO™ Corsa tires offered as standard and the P ZERO™ Trofeo tires available as an option.
The launch of the McLaren MP4-12C with custom P ZERO™ and P ZERO™ Corsa tires begins.
CUSTOM-STITCHED TIRES TO IMPROVE SPORTING PERFORMANCE AND INCREASE THE THRILL OF EVERYDAY DRIVING
CUSTOM-MADE TYRES TO IMPROVE THE THRILL OF DRIVING
CUSTOM-MADE TYRES TO IMPROVE EXTREME DRIVING PERFORMANCE
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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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