Dunlop SP Sport Bluresponse 195/65 R15 91 H
What method was employed to produce a tyre that is said to feature “grip without compromise”?
Asymmetrical tread pattern: all the field specialists agree that only this tread pattern is characterised by such a high endurance and versatile performance. These are the features desired by any driver of a dynamic car. With the continuous tread rib, the drive is stable and precise. The longitudinal and transverse grooves ensure a good grip. The result? Confidence when driving straight, on bends and also in the rain.
Polygonal tread pattern: the use of different angles in the arrangement of all tread elements decreases the pressure, so it provides better control of the car and a better feel of the road.
Modern tread blocks: their special adaptation to a dynamic drive, combined with an additional block stiffening, increases the tyre’s contact with the road during braking and this makes for such short braking distances on wet and dry surfaces.
Aerodynamic shape and material: the carefully designed aerodynamic shape and material of the tyre effectively reduce the heat produced during use. Their joint cooperation allow the reduction of fuel consumption by 30%.
4-8% bigger road contact surface: another element which regularly cares for a higher stability, precise manoeuvres, better grip and lower tread abrasion.
Closed grooves in the tyre shoulders: these are responsible for dampening the noise generated during use and exterior noise. You may enjoy a comfortable drive.
Seamless nylon brace: this allows for the elimination of the risk of tyre deformations at high speeds. It also provides a slow and uniform wear.
Information on the manufacturer:
Dunlop is part of Goodyear, one of the largest tyre companies in the world. The company is active in many automotive fields and motor sports such as rallies, track races and motorcycle races. In their 120 years of existence, Dunlop have achieved many favourable results in motor sports, including 34 victories in the famous 24h Le Mans race. The company name comes from John Dunlop, the inventor of pneumatic tyre. The brand specialises in the manufacture of high-end HP and UHP tyres.