- Handling & Braking
Good driving safety in the wet.
Improved water displacement enhances driving safety on wet roads and reduces the risk of aquaplaning.
Good handling and shorter braking distances.
The perfect transfer of traction and braking forces results in direct steering response on the road. On dry roads the handling is good and braking distances are short.
Abrasion is reduced as a result of even pressure distribution on the contact area. This increases the mileage.
Reduced noise emissions have a positive effect on driving comfort.