Car manufacturers are used to developing new models to answer drivers’ needs. In the same way, tyres must be adapted to the specific features of each car in order to respond to drivers’ needs and get the best performance in every condition.
Every car is different. They have different weights and specific configurations. Different engine positions modify the weight distribution and consequently the tyre’s impact on the road and the car dynamics, requiring a dedicated optimisation of the tread.
Control systems, like ABS, EPC and TPMS, are based on original equipment tyre characteristics. Marked tyres can guarantee compliance with the car manufacturer’s requirements, avoiding any possible risk associated with the malfunction of electronic systems. Moreover, only a tyre with high dimensional accuracy can guarantee the perfect function of all components in the latest vehicle generation (all-wheel drive, hybrid systems, driving aids).
A synergic cooperation with top car manufacturers to suit the dynamic personality of each car model. To provide the best in terms of comfort and handling, or simply in terms of overall balance and performance.
The creation of a base tyre with a perfect interaction between advanced design activities and unique craftsmanship capabilities. Development through several tests: handling in both dry and wet conditions, aquaplaning behaviour, winter performance, rolling resistance, integrity and high speed.
To ensure the high test standard of the product's quality, dedicated technologies, processes and materials are at the forefront of high performance tyre manufacturing.
Original Equipment marked tyres, initially developed in synergy with Porsche in the 1980s, are now requested by all top car manufacturers to ensure the perfect tyre for every customer
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The tyre size can typically be found on the tyre sidewall
You can find both tyre size and car model information in your car registration booklet or alternatively in the door jamb or fuel cap
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