Bridgestone - POTENZA S001 255/40 R18 95Y
|Model||POTENZA S001 RFT|
|Size ?||255/40R18 95Y TL|
|Load Index ?||95|
|Speed Index ?||Y|
|EU Label ?||
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Vehicle Type Passenger car
Usage Summer tyre
Model POTENZA S001
Construction R (Tyre of radial construction)
Load Index 95
Speed Index Y (max. vehicle speed 300 Km/h)
Run Flat Yes. It can driven on even after a puncture. Can only be fitted on run-flat enabled vehicles.
Group Tires for passenger cars.
Construction R = Radial type tyre.
Load Index Load index 95. The maximum load the tire can carry is 690kg.
Speed Index Approved for speeds up to 300 km/h, speed at which the tire can carry a load corresponding to its Load index. For other compulsory details see the vehicle documents.
Tube Less TL = Tubeless Tire.
Manufacturer The manufacturer is one of the leading tire manufacturers in the world.
Pure sports performance with superb grip and precision response. High speed stability and excellent road contact. High traction and stable handling in wet weather.
The key features of the Potenza S001 are its asymmetrical tread pattern and innovative construction, guaranteeing new levels of sports handling and performance in both wet and dry conditions.
Advanced groove and lug design - suppressing excess pattern and surface noise.
Light weight belt construction - for reducing rolling resistance and higher fuel efficiency.
Active insert - increasing longitudinal stiffness for improved braking and handling performance while maintaining vertical stiffness for cornering grip and ride comfort.
High grip shoulder blocks - produce outstanding grip through corners.
Longitudinal stiffness generates the high braking force required.
Off-center straight rib - a very good steering response and precision for an exciting sporty feel.
High angle lug grooves - aid to improve drainage of excess water from the rib area into the main grooves for hydroplaning resistance.
Wide groove design - provides rapid water evacuation.
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