Information on the tyre:
Sports cars, compact, crossovers, small cars and limousines.
The directional tread of the Yokohama Advan Fleva V701 has been developed from the latest technology and has characteristic V- shaped sipes. It also has circumferential grooves, which are responsible for drying tyres effectively. The tyres need to be fitted accordingly to the rotation symbol. That way, they will be able to fulfil their duty - dispersing water from the tyre surface. The directional tread also protects from the occurrence of aquaplaning. The tyres give the car manoeuvrability and the ability to develop high-speed, up to 170 mph. These tyres allow you to ride safely on curves, keep driving in adverse conditions and move nimbly in city traffic.
Yokohama Advan Fleva V701 are summer tyres with a unique, proprietary rubber compound. The special blend reduces rolling resistance while driving and this translates to lower fuel consumption as well as better power transmission. They are resistant to high temperatures and optimise performance. The tyres help a car to drive safely in any conditions. Yokohama Advan Fleva V701 have superior grip and perfectly respond to even the slightest movement of the steering wheel, allowing for smooth manoeuvring, effective overcoming complex routes and a smooth ride, even on sharp bends. Finally, Yokohama Advan Fleva V701 tyres are very durable and wear resistant.
The tyres have been refined in every detail by Japanese engineers and are still increasing their capabilities. The range of available sizes has also increased. From the 24 types of tyres, more than 40 sizes are planned to be released in the market. This will definitely enable the use of Yokohama Advan Fleva V701 tyres on any type of car.
The Japanese tyre company has been on the market since 1917. Its success owed to bold undertakings, innovative solutions and quality development. Yokohama introduced the cord tyres, balloon tyres for trucks and rubber with coloured sides. It is now the sixth largest global tyre manufacturer and produces in 12 technologically advanced factories around the world.