Vredestein Quatrac Lite: Effective in summer and winter
On paper, the new Vredestein is very attractive. The manufacturer claims a very good level of performance with excellent energy efficiency. A quick look at the technical solutions adopted to achieve this result.
> An ecological dimension
To enhance rolling resistance, the Quatrac Lite uses a high-technology compound called "Full Polymer Compound", thus enabling consumption to be reduced. FPC also offers excellent grip, and longer life. A solution already used by other manufacturers such as Michelin.
> Good grip on the snow
The "Flexing points" technology defines sipes that act like hinges allowing flexibility in the tyre and as a result good grip on the snow. This solution also has a positive effect on rolling resistance.
> Good evacuation of water
The Quatrac Lite has three longitudinal grooves combined with transversal grooves in the shoulders, enabling excellent water evacuation.
What to remember about the Vredestein Quatrac Lite
o Low rolling resistance and good grip on the snow
o Good energy efficiency (rolling resistance and longevity)
o Optimal evacuation of water.
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