Pirelli Cinturato P1: a green tyre that doesn’t ignore driving pleasure
With the Cinturato P1, Pirelli intends to prove that it's possible to reconcile ecology, safety and driving comfort. Designed for small and medium-sized cars, the Cinturato P1 has greatly improved fuel consumption and noise emissions compared to the Cinturato P4 and P6, without lowering performance in terms of braking, driving precision or longevity.
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• A multipurpose tyre that suits most modern cars
The Pirelli Cinturato P1 is designed for a large range of vehicles, just as suitable for city driving as for driving on the motorway. It could already fit out most city cars and compact saloons and should cover most saloons by 2012. Read the article
• Fuel economy and silence
Compared to the Cinturato P4 and P6, the Pirelli Cinturato P1 tyre has significantly improved rolling resistance and noise emissions. It also improves on braking and road handling. Read the article
• The best of Cinturato and P Zero technology
Asymmetric tread, new type of silica, tension control system: the Cinturato P1 is at the leading edge of Pirelli’s know-how. It uses both “green performance” technology from the Cinturato range, and that of the P Zero sports range. Read the article
• Seductive road handling
Testing the Pirelli Cinturato P1 tyre allowed us to appreciate its driving comfort and remarkable performances on wet surfaces. Read the article
• 42 dimensions available already
The Pirelli Cinturato P1 is available in more than 40 different dimensions: in 14, 15 and 16 inches and with speed ratings from T to V. Read the article
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