Yokohama India has launched two new patterns “Advan V105”
& City SUV Tyre “Geolandar SUV” for the Indian market. While the specialised
new compound in “Advan Sport V105” is jointly developed with one of the world’s
leading automakers, controls excessive heat for wet grip and long mileage,
Yokohama’s propriety Orange Oil technology, in both
“Advan Sport V105” “Geolandar SUV” produces nano blend of three performance
factors, higher Fuel efficiency, Superior wet grip and longer tread life and
all this by reducing Petroleum oils as Tyre ingredients.
“V105 provides a unique blend of performance and comfort,
with its matrix body ply structure and mound profile blocks provides impeccable
steering response and stability whereas silent sipe and asymmetrical pitch
variation provides a quiet and comfortable ride” said Sanjay Chatterjee, G.M.
Sales and Marketing.
Globally “Advan Sport V 105” has already been the choice
of OEMs like Mercedes and Porsche.
“With the sudden
growth in city SUV segment wherein motorists are looking for stature of a SUV
and dynamics of a car, “Geolandar SUV” we believe, is the best available in the
market”, added Chatterjee.
The city SUV Tyre
“Geolandar SUV” has a fuel efficient profile that not only saves fuel but also
helps in reducing uneven wear due to stop and go city traffic.
“V105 will cater to the luxury segment of cars. Currently
we are introducing four sizes in V105 line-up which will expand to more than 13
sizes within this year,” maintained Chatterjee.
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