3D Mod is 3D computer modeling of tyres used to optimize the tread design, materials and tyre characteristics.
Contact with the road surface. The increased contact patch increases the coefficient of adhesion with the surface, thus reducing the braking distance and improve the car's handling.
An asymmetrical tread pattern, on the one hand, allows the tire to rapidly bring water from the contact area, and on the other, it provides excellent traction even in the most difficult turn.
DRY-COR is a technology used to achieve extra precise vehicle control while driving. Stiff shoulder ribs prevent the tyre cornering deformation, preserving contact patch and tyre grip stability and allowing to avoid skidding /
Tire breaker combined structure. Two layers of high-strength steel cord and protective layer of a textile cord with a helical winding give a special tire durability and reliability, resistance to puncture, improved handling and stabilization forms, and improved reliability and safety.
Improved drainage of water from the contact patch improves the characteristics of vehicle behavior on a wet road, providing better handling car.
Tread wear indicator allows you to monitor the residual tread depth, thus providing control over the state of the tires.
A new sports design with longitudinal and lateral rigidity increased by 10%, which signifcantly improves steering response, road-holding ability and high-speed controlability.
A new tread rubber compound based on the combination of butadiene-styrene and diene rubbers containing an increased amount of silica, which allows to reduce the new tyre rolling resistance by 10%.
WET-COR is a technology used for reliable and safe driving on wet roads during rainy weather. The oriented tread pattern effectively squeezes the water out of the contact patch, the polished drainage grooves remove the main water ﬂow, and the wider tyre tread allows to increase the contact patch area and the tyre traction coeffcient.