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Sporty performance and optimal driving control are the main features of the Pirelli P Zero. The tyre has been designed for premium sports cars with a high performance engine. The model features an innovative asymmetric tread pattern. Its triple-ribbed construction ensures rigidity and also helps maintain a balanced pressure between the tyre and the ground. This all results in improved braking performance and traction, even at high speeds. The outer shoulder features wide blocks, which increase steering precision and driving stability, thus improving the typical performance specifications of a sports car.

The Pirelli P Zero offers excellent performance on both wet and dry surfaces. Three wide, longitudinal grooves guarantee fast water dispersal, improving grip and ensuring greater safety against the risk of aquaplaning. The tyre is made from an innovative compound featuring a silica additive, making it exceptionally light and strong. The compound's properties limit rolling resistance, reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The tyre is also very resistant, both to mechanical damage and to rapid wear. This extends its service life and the model offers its full performance specifications for its entire lifetime. The increased contact area between the tyre and the road ensures better grip and fluidity and stability during dynamic manoeuvres and when negotiating corners. The tyre is ideal for those who favour a fast and sporty style of driving but who are also looking for safety and comfort.

In 2016, Pirelli P Zero was among the three best tyres that passed the test organised by ADAC for size 225/45 R17 tyres.

Pirelli is an Italian brand that is particularly renowned for its sporty tyres. As well as its sporty tyres, the company also makes tyres for passenger cars, vans, motorcycles, 4x4 vehicles and lorries. The company's products combine excellent design with above-average performance. The company has been in operation since 1872 and has its headquarters in Milan.

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  • Safety:
  • Dry braking: 8.9 / 10
  • Wet braking: 9.1 / 10
  • Wet road holding: 9.4 / 10
  • Aquaplaning: 8 / 10
  • Comfort:
  • Road holding: 9.1 / 10
  • Absorption of irregularities: 6.3 / 10
  • Rolling noise: 7.1 / 10
  • Economy:
  • Longevity: 7.1 / 10
  • Fuel economy: 5.5 / 10

P ZERO Reviews

Awesome grip in wet as long the water isn´t high enough for aquaplaning. Very progressive in corners, the feedback is more than OK. Surprises don´t exist. OK, there exist better tyres if you driving in heavy rain, but if the street is only wet the P Zero is a very strong performer. In dry the P Zero is also very fast, but the progressiveness could be better. The week point is the temperature. Below 5° celsius the grip is noticeable poorer. The grip drops down and the tyre doesn´t give you the feedback where the limit is. On my FWD the wear on drive axle will reach about 13000 miles, I guess. It´s not awesome but imho what you can expect from an UHP-tyre with my driveing profile. Conclusion: The aquaplaning skills could be a bit better, the tyre should be better on lower temperatures. But overall it´s an good tyre if you want good grip in dry and wet. I dunno how long the old version of P Zero will be available, so I don´t buy it again. The new P Zero PZ4 is available in some dimensions, I guess in near future also in 225/45R17
After running Michelin Pilot sport for 4 yrs decided to change to Pirelli. One of the worst decisions. In 3 years I have had to change 5 tyres, 4 due to side wall damage and one due to a nail. My driving has not changed, Pirelli are useless when you occasi9nally mount a kerb at very low speed. I get huge understeer with these tyres. Just ditched my two fronts for Michelins.
These tyres were on the car when I bought it, at 14000 milies. The fronts (225/40x18) are still the original tyres I believe, so have covered 26000 miles; the rears (245/35x18) were new when I got the car, so have covered 12000 milies. Tread depth is about 1mm above the tread bar indicator on all four wheels - so the rears have worn twice as quick as the fronts, which sounds right. The wear rate sounds about right too (though I should try to keep a lighter right foot). Grip - in the dry, great; in the wet, good. No complaints at all, as long as it's summer (in the UK). Once September arrives and the temperature starts dropping below 10 deg C, they become a liability. Even in the dry, if the temperature gets much below 9 or 10 deg C, then be very careful. I only have the 'baby' SLK; what it would be like in a 350 I hate to think. Fortunately for me, the tyres are low on tread and it's August - so I'll be wearing some different rubber before the colder weather comes.