The new MICHELIN All-Season tires arrive, able to face different climatic conditions to adapt to the different seasons of the year. In addition to high performance, the CrossClimate 2 range guarantees greater durability.
MICHELIN offers tires for any time of the year
September comes with several news for MICHELIN. In fact, the new generation of All-Season tires, perfect for summer and efficient in winter, has been presented. Let’s talk about the range CrossClimate 2, which guarantees maximum braking efficiency in both dry and wet conditions. Performance is also optimal in extremely low temperatures and snow, as certified by the 3PMSF (3-Peak-Mountain with Snow Flake) logo.
MICHELIN CrossClimate 2 positioned itself at summit of a series of European tests for All-Season tires, coming first for braking on dry, wet with tire at the limit of wear and on snow. First place also for traction on snow, with a new and worn tire and second place for braking on wet roads with a new tire.
CrossClimate 2 tires incorporate a combination of innovative, highly advanced technologies. These concern all components, especially compound and tread. The result, in addition to affecting performance at the highest level from the first to the last kilometer, also affects resistance and durability. This is excellent thanks to the new compound and the sipes running through the blocks. This reduces rolling resistance, while at the same time extending the life of the tire.
Available in 105 sizes
MICHELIN CrossClimate 2 has been available on the market since September 1st, in 105 sizes. These range from 15 to 20 inches. An offer that is completed and now covers 99% of the reference market.
The MICHELIN CrossClimate 2 range is entirely manufactured in seven European factories, including the Italian one in Cuneo, the largest Michelin plant in Western Europe and reference for the Group, where the most advanced ranges and technologies are produced and implemented.
- Road trip Le Castellet to Barcelonette with the new Michelin Cross Climate 2, from March 8 to 11, 2021 – Photo Michelin / Grégory Lenormand / DPPI
“Since its launch in 2015, MICHELIN CrossClimate has had a major impact on the European All-Season tire market, which has since grown over 19% annually, the only segment to grow during the lockdown,” he said. Scott Clark (Executive Vice President, Automotive, Motorsport, and member of Michelin’s Group Executive Committee). “Over the next five years, we expect further annual growth of over 16%. Safer, more durable and more economical, the Michelin CrossClimate 2 is further proof of the Group’s All-Sustainable strategy. “