The internal shoulder has high sipe density and multidirectional grooves to maximize performances on snow
The two stiffer central blocks are designed to guarantee high steering response, while the longitudinal grooves facilitate water ejection
Three Peak Mountain Snowflake symbol means this tire is certified to perform in severe snow conditions
External shoulder is characterized by a sequence of blocks with low sipe density and high stiffness in order to control lateral forces during the cornering
Built with additional sipes that enhance traction and performance on snowy roads
Winter is coming, and that means ice, slush, snow, and lower temperatures are right around the corner. These elements can make driving difficult, but a set of winter tires can assist drivers during the colder months by allowing for constant traction with the road. Consider the P Zero Winter from Pirelli, which is designed to give drivers of sports and high-performance cars the traction they need in winter weather without sacrificing sporty performance. Extra sipes and multi-directional grooves on the internal shoulder are designed to improve performance on snowy roads, and the P Zero Winter\'s longitudinal grooves expel water, slush, and snow to reduce the risk of hydroplaning on wet roads. A stiff center block improves steering response, even when cornering, making the P Zero Winter a common choice for drivers of sports cars and high-performance vehicles from Audi, McLaren, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche.