Bridgestone Ecopia EP150 195/65 R15 91 H
The highest levels of safety and eco performance come together in the ECOPIA EP150
As the flagship brand for Bridgestone’s environmentally friendly range, ECOPIA combines outstanding stability and response with extremely low rolling resistance, superb fuel economy and reduced CO2 emissions. ECOPIA lets you tread lightly but surely, achieving a perfect synergy between superior safety and environmental performance.
* Advanced ECOPIA compound resulting in reduced rolling resistance
* New rib-linked blocks giving a more even pressure distribution for higher braking response
* Optimised 3D tread block shapes reduce contact noise for a quieter and more economical ride
Reducing your carbon footprint no longer means having to compromise on safety or comfort. One of Bridgestone’s most impressive technological achievements yet, the ECOPIA achieves a perfect synergy between superior safety and environmental performance.
By limiting internal friction, the ECOPIA’s revolutionary compound significantly reduces the rolling resistance of your tyres without giving an inch when it comes to stability, traction or dynamic handling. The ECOPIA’s incredible capability translates into improved mileage, lower carbon emissions and a smoother, more efficient ride.
Tyre Bridgestone Ecopia EP150 in the size 195/65 R15 91 H, according to information given by manufacturer, it has the following driveability parameters:
Fuel efficiency (rolling resistance)
Fuel efficiency is rated from A to G on a color-coded scale.
A class (green) stands for the highest fuel efficiency rating (=the lowest rolling resistance).
G class (red) marks the lowest fuel efficiency rating (= the highest rolling resistance). Rolling resistance influences fuel consumption and fumes emission, thus the lower the resistance, the lower fuel consumption and exhaust fumes emission is.
Wet grip’ is the tyre’s ability to adhere to the road in wet conditions. The EU rating focuses only on one aspect of wet grip – the wet braking performance of the tyre. Wet grip is rated from A to F:
A class stands for the best braking performance, whereas G class stands for the worst breaking performance. It is one of the crucial parameters influencing the road safety.
Tyres contribute to the amount of pass-by noise a vehicle generates. Choosing a tyre with a good noise rating will lower the impact of your driving on the surrounding environment.