Apollo Tyres has launched their all new Apollo Amazer 4G
Life tyre in India. The tyre has been specially designed for increasing mileage
and durability of 100,000kms.
Satish Sharma, President, Asia Pacific, Middle East &
Africa, Apollo Tyres Ltd said, “This tyre is a result of an intensive market
study done by our internal team in the past 2-3 years to assess the gap in the
tyres available in the market. This product gap, along with feedback from the
customers, was utilised by our R&D team to develop this technologically
advanced tyre, with superior longevity, especially for the Indian road
conditions. Our controlled test results have proven that the tyre can go up to
100,000 kms and beyond.”
The Amazer 4G life tyres are meant for passenger cars and
have been developed in collaboration by the Global R&D centre in Chennai and
Enschede, The Netherlands and tested on the simulator. The company promises
that the tyre will run up to 100,000kms and beyond with a tread compound and
the six-layered protection which will improve resistance to cut/punctures,
thereby ensuring durability. The tyre has been developed to resist cut/puncture
while delivering superior grip and minimizing noise. Apollo will also provide 2
year unconditional warranty. The tyres will be initially available in 5 sizes
and sold through Apollo Zones/points, company’s premium brand outlets and other
select dealers. Apollo has targeted the tyres of the volume segments like the
compact and mid segment cars and MUVs.
The tyres will be available in the following sizes:-
205/65 R15 94 T
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