An integral part of the performance.
To create the dynamic sports car performance and feeling of your
That is why there are tyres specifically developed for your
N-marked tyres approved by
N-marked tyres are tested by
Did you know that asphalt can reach temperatures of up to 60°C in the summer? Or that your
Many drivers find driving on snow to be highly challenging.
Featuring a shallower tread depth, specialised tread pattern and substructure, these tyres are designed for use on racing circuits: for driver safety training, performance driving training and motorsport. Providing better dry weather grip than normal street tyres, they also offer optimised wear characteristics.
Following the N, a second letter indicates the model line and a number the tyre version. Further details can be found in each tyre’s technical data.
For example, the
N – approved by
E – fits the
0 – the first specific configuration (of structure, compound, tread, etc.) with serial approval, higher numbers stand for later approved versions of the tyre with differing specifications.
1. Subjective outdoor criteria, such as handling and driving comfort
2. Objective outdoor criteria, such as braking performance and service life
3. Indoor criteria, such as rolling resistance and high-speed performance
Tyre geometry and rubber composition are tailored to each individual