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The Winrun R 380 is an entry-level, summer touring tyre designed for sedans and sports coupes. It has a streamlined and stylish profile to make your ride look good. The Winrun has an asymmetric PCR tread pattern and uses an advanced silica compound providing exceptional traction and grip in all types of weather. The tread is also slip-resistant, and its unidirectional pattern allows fast water drainage. The R380's main tyre grooves are also designed to prevent hydroplaning so that traction will improve on potentially dangerous wet and slippery roads. The tyre's overall design provides improved braking distance and also reduces driving noise.The Winrun R380 is W and V Speed rated for high-performance cars.

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Winrun R 380 UTQG 420 A A

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420 A A

•  420 Treadwear:
This grade represents the tyre's expected life/duration, ranging between 100 to 1000. Usually, the higher the treadwear rating, the longer the tyre life.

•  A Traction:
This grade represents the tyre's capability to stop on wet asphalt and pavement. Ratings are expressed in letter form, with AA being the highest and C as the lowest.

•  A Temperature:
This grade represents the tyre's heat resistance ability, with A as the highest and C as the lowest. Heat build-up causes the rubber to break down faster, which can cause blowouts. The higher the temperature rating, the longer the tyre life and the higher the speed rating.

The Winrun R 380 is an Asymmetrical Tyre


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Asymmetrical tread patterns combine different tread types to deliver maximum wet and dry road grip via its inner and middle tread, while outside, larger and rigid tread blocks dominate the design to improve cornering.

To avoid fitting mistakes, asymmetrical tyres are labelled "outside" and "inside only" so you know if they will face your vehicle or out.


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Pros:

  • Perfect for high-performance cars
  • Exceptional cornering ability
  • Superior wet performance

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Cons:

  • Possibly faster wear depending on your driving style
  • Less wet performance
  • Costlier than symmetrical tyres

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