Rim Size: R13
Speed Rating: M
Load Index: 65
Fuel Efficiency: E
Wet Grip: E
Noise Level: 70
Type: summer tyre
Tread: symmetrical – two halves of the tyre have the same tread pattern to provide the same operational parameters regardless of tyre position and direction of rolling.
Class: premium - top quality tyres with the best performance
Intended use: electric passenger cars with hybrid drives
Tread: symmetrical - two halves of the tyre have the same tread pattern to provide the same operational parameters regardless of tyre position and direction of rolling.
Sizes: 13 inches
Continental Conti.eContact is a product of the German tyre company and the most important parameter of this tyre is its low rolling resistance. This model is available in different sizes than standard tyres for passenger cars. This tyre has rolling resistance up to 30% lower, when compared to these standard models. The elastic side walls are a very important component of Conti.eContact, as they prevent energy loss even on uneven and bumpy roads. The designers of this tyre model focused on the economic aspect of tyres, but they also took care of other important requirements that must be met by a safe tyre. The tyre tread has an optimised structure. Its contour is flat, smooth and has wide perimeter grooves that secure tyre performance in wet conditions. It is worth noting that Continental Conti.eContact was selected as standard equipment on the Renault Twizy.
Manufacturer Info: Continental is a German company, regarded as one of the largest tyre manufacturers in the world. Continental products are classified as premium (highest) class. They are highly appreciated both by drivers and the organisers of prestigious tyre tests. This proves that tyres with the Continental logo are regularly ranked in the highest tier in tyre tests. In addition, Continental tyres are often fitted as standard on vehicles produced by brands like BMW, Ford and Porsche. Continental was established in 1871 and since then it has been successfully developing its operations in the industry. The company owns also other tyre brands, including Uniroyal, Semperit, Viking and General Tire.