Winter and sporty performance? They go hand-in-hand. After all, your
NB: Further information on fuel efficiency class, wet grip class and rolling noise can be found in our
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Winter tyres can be recognised from the markings on the tyre wall. The abbreviation M+S (slush and snow) can be found in combination with the so-called ‘Alpine’ symbol, a three-pointed mountain pictogram with a snowflake in the middle. Any manufacturer can use the M+S emblem because tyres with this designation do not require any wintry test criteria. Make sure that the tyres are provided not only with the M+S emblem but also the Alpine symbol.
Winter tyres should already be fitted before snow falls because winter conditions for summer tyres begin at temperatures below around +7°C. Below this point, the tyre compound begins to harden – driving characteristics are worsened and braking distances increased. We therefore recommend that you fit winter tyres during the colder months of the year.
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The warm-up for winter begins with the tyres. Because they transfer the high performance of a
Winter for a summer tyre begins long before the snow falls. Even at a temperature of approx. +7°C, its rubber compounds start to harden. The driving characteristics worsen, braking distances increase. With winter tyres, the braking distance in wet conditions is reduced by up to 12% and in snow by up to 19%. In addition, the vehicle can be better controlled.
That's why our engineers leave nothing to chance when developing the
From the first second onwards in the development of our wheels with winter tyres, one principle applies: utmost quality. Which is why laps on the Nürburgring form the basis for our tests. The values observed there are used as input parameters for the subsequent testing of our wheels. Not least the endurance test in the ‘biaxial wheel test’ (ZWARP) which simulates the long-term strain associated with extreme driving styles. The result: safe, high-performance wheels. Engineered in Weissach.
An important quality factor. In the toughest conditions, among other qualities, performance, rolling resistance and rolling noise are checked on the test track in Weissach. The route to the ‘N’ designation – for tyres recommended by
This results in wheels with winter tyres which ensure perfect performance, even in wintry conditions. And which offer you all manner of options. Whether, sporty, classic, slender or striking. In 18, 19, 20 or 21-inch. Painted in satin platinum or black (high-gloss). With a striking multi-spoke or sporty dual-arm design. Find all wheels with winter tyres available for your
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Winter comes and goes. Performance stays. After all, your
While others have to shift down a gear, with
What do rubber compounds, siped tread arrangement and tread depth actually have to do with driving pleasure and driving safety in winter? Everything, actually. Because to be able to produce full power output even under extreme conditions, you need the right tyres. With the right conditions for the demanded performance. Because it’s worthwhile looking more precisely at the important details. After all, your winter tyres are the key players on the ground.
The rubber compounds of the winter tyres clearly differ from those of the summer tyres. Thanks to the high proportion of natural rubber, they are noticeably softer. And they harden less in the cold. This means tyres can be adapted optimally to the road surface.
The tread is the basis for the safe grip on wintry roads. It drains water and provides good lateral stability. In addition, snow can settle in the wide grooves which causes improved performance through friction.
The siped tread has a lot to do in winter. After all, it provides the perfect grip on snow-covered, frozen and wet surfaces. The fine incisions of the siped tread create many gripping edges which snag when driving in snow. In addition, snow can be lodged in the siped tread, providing good frictional resistance, as snow sticks to snow.
* Date determinate in acord cu metoda de masurare ceruta de lege. Din luna Septembrie, 2018 anumite masini noi au fost omologate in acord cu Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP), o procedura de testare a consumului de combustibil si a emisiilor de CO2 mai realista. Din luna Septembrie, 2018 WLTP va inlocui New European Driving Cycle (NEDC). Datorita conditiilor de testare mai realiste, valorile consumului de combustibil si cele ale emisiilor de CO2 determinate in acord cu WLTP, in multe cazuri, vor fi mai mari decat cele determinate in acord cu NEDC. Acest lucru poate conduce la schimbari in privinta taxelor auto din Septembrie 01, 2018. Puteti gasi mai multe informatii despre diferentele dintre WLTP si NEDC la www.porsche.com/wltp.
In prezent, suntem obligati sa punem la dispozitie valorile NEDC indiferent de metoda de testare utilizata. Raportarea suplimentara a valorilor WLTP este voluntara pana la utilizarea lor obligatorie. In privinta autovehiculelor noi, care sunt omologate in conformitate cu WLTP, valorile NEDC vor fi prin urmare derivate din valorile WLTP in perioada de tranzitie. In masura in care valorile NEDC sunt date ca intervale, acestea nu se refera la o singura masina individuala si nu fac parte din oferta. Acestea sunt destinate exclusiv folosirii ca mijloc de comparatie a diferitelor tipuri de vehicule. Caracteristicile si accesoriile suplimentare (atasamente, tipuri de anvelope etc.) pot schimba parametrii relevanti ai vehiculului, cum ar fi greutatea, rezistenta la rulare si aerodinamica si, pe langa conditiile meteorologice si de trafic, precum si manevrarea individuala, pot afecta consumul de combustibil, consumul de energie electrica, emisiile de CO2 si valorile de performanta ale unei masini.