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NEW CINTURATO P7™

NEW

NEW CINTURATO P7™

 

NEW CINTURATO P7™ is the latest Pirelli Summer high-performance tyre for premium cars and crossovers with a strong focus on wet performances, mileage and rolling resistance. These features are perfectly balanced, making the new Cinturato the first choice for the best car manufacturers. The new tread pattern design and profile, in addition to the innovative compound materials, guarantees extreme levels of SAFETY, EFFICIENCY, SUSTAINABILITY and TECHNOLOGY. Leading to a reduction in braking distance, fuel consumption, noise emissions and the presence of the latest technological innovations, NEW CINTURATO P7™ is the best choice to always be IN CONTROL of your vehicle.

Vehicle
car
Season
summer
Type
touring
Fit on your car
Tyre Details
Fit on your car
Performance
9 DRY
10 WET
6 SPORT
10 COMFORT
10 MILEAGE
HOMOLOGATION
Alfa Romeo
Audi
BMW
Jaguar
Mercedes
Volvo
An Original Equipment tyre is a custom-made product developed for a specific car model, to ensure the perfect tyre for every customer.

NEW CINTURATO P7™

Details
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SAFETY

Innovative chamfer design to reduce the braking distance. Void ratio and grooves shapes optimisation for aquaplaning risk reduction

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EFFICIENCY

Flat profile for a better rolling reistance and regular wear

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SUSTAINABILITY

Increased pitch sequence for acoustic comfort and less noise pollution

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TECHNOLOGY

Innovative design and materials to achieve new level of performance in different conditions according to the request of the best carmakers. The tread compound composition allows maximized adhesion in the footprint area to enhance the grip

Technology
runflat
sealinside

RUN FLAT™

NO-PRESSURE DRIVE
It is the tyre 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.

SEAL INSIDE™

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