Pirelli Cinturato P1 Tyre
Elegant and distinctive the P1 Cinturato is the premium resolution to urban mobility. Created with the newest materials, structures and tread pattern style in order to ensure savings, respect for the environment, comfort and safety on all road surfaces. Asymmetrical tyres have a tread pattern that's completely different from one aspect to another. An asymmetrical tyre offers the most effective of each worlds by combining the 2 patterns across the dimension of the tread. Treads vary, the majority giving particularly sensible dry grip, extended tread life and a quieter ride.
The Cinturato P1™ plus has been developed following the newest criterion already with success tested on our high performance product. The compound, materials, structure and tread pattern have all been developed to enhance one another, making certain excellent handling, comfort, and driving pleasure.
- HIGH MILEAGE - High mileage tyre with a 35,000 mile limited treadwear warranty
- ENERGY EFFICIENT - Lower rolling resistance reduces fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions
- CLEAN AIR - factory-made fewer raw materials leading to smaller environmental impact
- LOW NOISE - Optimized tread pattern reduces road noise
Pirelli Tyre Tests
Examined tests has showed the distinction in performance between tyres in extreme conditions. In daily driving you almost certainly won’t notice it, but how your tyres perform in an emergency or wet conditions is once the distinction extremely counts. The tests are performed by a well-trained driver beneath controlled conditions on a closed track:
- Overall score is calculated from wet cornering (30%), wet braking (30%), dry cornering (20%) and dry braking (20%).
- Cornering assesses how well the tyres keep the check automobile in a set lane at speeds of 80km/h and 85km/h in dry conditions, and 75km/h and 80km/h in wet conditions. There is a tendency to use a right-hand corner with a radius of 55m. The tyres are tested doubly in differing orders.
- Braking measures the distance it takes to return to a whole standstill in emergency braking tests from driving speeds of 50km/h and 80km/h in each dry and wet conditions.
- Rolling resistance measures the distance it takes to roll to a stop from a beginning speed of 25km/h. This can be completed five times, and also the shortest and longest measured distances are discarded. The three remaining measured distances square measure then averaged.
- Noise (where listed) is measured at head level whereas driving on coarse-chip seal. Wherever two measures are given, they're at 50km/h and 80km/h.
- Price is per tyre (including fitting and balancing). the value guide is drawn from on-line prices, RRPs and quotes from tyre fitters.