Apollo Tyres launches Vredestein Pinza all terrain tire in India

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Developed for application to SUVs, the Vredestein Pinza AT has been introduced to the Indian market by Apollo Tyres. Produced at Apollo’s Tyres’ Vadodara and Andhra Pradesh facilities, the tires have undergone rigorous testing in a range of climates and conditions all over the world.

Reflecting the results of a study of the habits and requirements of SUV owners and drivers, the ultra-high performance Vredestein Pinza AT tire benefits from excellent all-weather grip and stability.

Despite its aggressive design, the Pinza AT delivers quiet on-road performance in all weather conditions, thanks to its Silent Groove and multi-pitch technology. For enhanced durability when used off road, the tire features stone ejectors and a three-ply triplex casing to protect against damage. The Pinza AT’s rugged shoulder design delivers additional off-road performance on a range of surfaces.

To provide excellent wet weather stability, Apollo has used its fifth generation polymer blend in conjunction with full depth interlocking sipes. A wider tread pattern with an increased tread stiffness and four herringbone grooves for water evacuation also features.

“The introduction of Pinza AT demonstrates our unwavering commitment to meeting the drivers’ needs and ensuring that they have carefully thought-out and expertly engineered solutions, no matter what they drive or where they drive it,” said Satish Sharma, president, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Apollo Tyres. “These tires have been refined for on road civility but built rugged for off-road capability, and will appeal to the off roading enthusiast with premium SUVs or with a premium mindset.”

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