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SCORPION™ VERDE

SCORPION™ VERDE

Tyre for SUVs and Crossovers, the SCORPION VERDE™ has been created to take advantage of most innovative materials, structures and tread patterns introduced by Pirelli. The low rolling resistance and reduced weight, ensure lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, thus combining savings, respect for the environment, comfort and safety on all road surfaces.

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

SCORPION™ VERDE

Details
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features

Optimised profile and innovative materials

advantages

Reduced fuel consumption and CO2 emissions plus - 30% of perceived noise (-1dB)

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features

Optimised pitch sequence and phasing

advantages

Lower internal noise

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features

Dedicated shoulder profile

advantages

Improved stability also for big Suv

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features

Balanced silica ratio tread compound

advantages

High mileage and stable performance

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features

Innovative compound with special polymers

advantages

Wet performance

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