The new SCORPION™ ALL TERRAIN PLUS is designed to deliver high off-road performance even on difficult surfaces: rocks, snow, mud, grass and sand. It is the perfect choice to travel for long distances without compromising safety and comfort on the road. The tread pattern is designed to dispel water, mud, and stones.
SCORPION™ ATR is an excellent all terrain tyre designed for use on a wide range of surfaces including off-road while maintaining high levels of performance on road in dry and wet conditions.
SCORPION MUD TERRAIN (MTR) is designed for off-road vehicles with a main characteristic being high levels of grip and strength to resist impact and cut damage. Scorpion MTR features a self-cleaning tread pattern, which is able to channel mud and gravel out of the tread and lugs for secure grip on a variety of surfaces from rocks and boulders to sand, dirt, snow and mud.
The self-cleaning pattern used to produce the Pirelli’s all terrain tyres can evacuate water, mud, and gravel out of the tread and lugs to ensure a secure gripping on multiple surfaces.
If you are looking for the best mud tires, or more generally off-road tyres which can resist the hardest shocks on uneven surfaces in complete safety, look through the Pirelli catalogue.
Pirelli currently has three products on the market, each with specific features designed to cover all requirements.
Scorpion™ All Terrain Plus is designed to deliver safety and comfort even on the most difficult surfaces: rocks, snow, mud, grass, and sand.
Scorpion™ ATR is a versatile and safe tyre: tenacious and reliable off road, it guarantees comfort and excellent traction on road.
For the drivers of 4WD vehicles Pirelli has conceived the Scorpion MTR tyres, which offer a secure gripping on a variety of surfaces.
The wide range of Pirelli tyres makes it easy for you to pinpoint, from our extensive catalogue, the specific product to suit your needs and those of your vehicle. Find the nearest Pirelli tyre dealer.
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