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New P ZERO™

NEW

New P ZERO™

P ZERO™ is the unique Ultra High Performance product combining Pirelli's knowledge gained from competitive Motorsport with Pirelli's alliance with the top car manufacturers, granting the perfect fit for the performance of each car.
New P ZERO™ has a range developed with the most prestigious OEMs that is able to meet any customisation needs in terms of size, technology and seasonality.
 

Vehicle
car/suv
Season
summer
Type
sport
Fit on your car
Tyre Details
Fit on your car
Performance
10 DRY
10 WET
8 SPORT
7 COMFORT
8 MILEAGE
HOMOLOGATION
Alfa Romeo
Alpina
Aston Martin
Audi
BMW
Bentley
Ferrari
Hyundai
Hyundai GENESIS
Jaguar
Lamborghini
Maserati
Mc Laren
Mercedes
Nio
Porsche
Tesla
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 P ZERO™

Details
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CUSTOMISED INNER TREAD DESIGN

Superior safety in wet conditions thanks to the high silica content. Better traction and riding comfort with high pitch sequence

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CUSTOMISED TREAD COMPOUND SOLUTIONS

Improved rolling resistance, wet performance and better mileage

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CUSTOMISED OUTER TREAD DESIGN

Low noise emission and low rolling resistance achieved by optimised pitch sequence and siping design

Technology
runflat
pncs
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.

PNCS™

COMFORTABLE DRIVING
The PIRELLI NOISE CANCELLING SYSTEM™ (PNCS) is a technology able to reduce the noise inside the vehicle thanks to a sound absorbing device applied to the inside circumferential wall of the tyre, reducing noise significantly.

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