Michelin - PILOT SPORT PS2 245/35 R20 95Y
|Model||PILOT SPORT PS2 UHP EL FSL|
|Size ?||245/35ZR20 (95Y) TL|
|Load Index ?||95|
|Speed Index ?||Y|
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Vehicle Type Passenger car
Usage Summer tyre
Model PILOT SPORT PS2
Construction R (Tyre of radial construction)
Load Index 95
Speed Index Y (max. vehicle speed 300 Km/h)
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.
For vehicles with the highest performance.
Inspired by Michelin s experience in Formula One, it is the reference tire for Porsche and the quickest tire on the market.
Inspired by Michelin s experience in Formula One (Michelin Pilot Sport s structure and tread pattern are directly based on Formula One technology).
The reference tire for Porsche (Michelin is Porsche s Worldwide Cooperation Partner. Pilot Sport PS2 is the leading tire fitment for the Porsche 911, Boxster, Cayman and new Panamera ranges).
The quickest tire on market (on a closed circuit, the Bugatti Veyron fitted with Michelin Pilot Sport tires set a world speed record of over 250 mph).
The VCP (Variable Contact Patch) increses the area of tread in contact with the road as cornering force increases.
Groove to rubber ratio close to that of a grooved F1 tire. Extremely stable tread pattern that resists deformation whilst cornering.
Asymmetric tread pattern for great wet performance, without compromising in the dry.
Michelin, partner to the most prestigious car manufacturers: BMW Motorsport, Mercedes AMG, Porsche, Audi, Maserati, Ferrari, etc.
Rim Protection FR = Tires with rim protection.
ZR = Approved for speeds over 240 km/h. Please note that the actual speed will be individually calculated by the tire manufacturer depending on the axle loads, tire inflation pressures and wheel alignment.