Continental VancoFourSeason 2 is a premium (high quality) all-season tyre. Continental's VancoFourSeason 2 offers a very long service life, safe driving in mud and snow, as well as resistance to low temperatures. The tyre performs equally well on wet and dry roads. It provides superior driving comfort and excellent water evacuation.
Continental VancoFourSeason 2 is the successor of VancoFourSeason. Its tread design has been designed to provide safe and comfortable driving both in summer and winter season. Tread blocks have 'zig-zag' sipe incisions. They provide the tyre with adequate traction on slippery and wet roads, even when transporting heavy loads. Three straight circumferential channels are connected with numerous side grooves. This kind of shape ensures efficient evacuation of water and slush. The optimal shape of edges on tread blocks of Continental VancoFourSeason 2 effectively reduces the risk of aquaplaning. Powerful peripheral ribs are responsible for proper manoeuvrability. They precisely transfer commands from the steering wheel to the road. Solid blocks in the shoulder area make the driving smooth and steady. Continental VancoFourSeason 2 has a flat contour belt. It increases the contact area between the tyre and the road. Continental VancoFourSeason 2 has better grip and lower rolling resistance. Well-shaped grooves reduce vibration and noise generated during the rolling movement. This provides high acoustic comfort and more enjoyable driving. Especially important for the commercial user is the economic aspect. Continental VancoFourSeason 2 is extremely durable. Its tread wears slowly and evenly. Moreover, there are no costs related to the seasonal tyre change, as this model is all-season tyre, which may be used all year-round.
Continental VancoFourSeason 2 is an all-season tyre for commercial vehicles and mini-buses. Its proper tread design guarantees a high level of safety. Please note, however, that this is not a typical winter tyre. It is very good in mild winter conditions, but on extreme icy and snowy roads, you must be very careful.
Continental was the first manufacturer in history to conduct a professional winter tyre test. In 1953, test cars fitted with the first winter tyres from this brand reached the altitude of 2112m on the alpine St Gotthard Pass. The company owns other brands, including Semperit, Barum, General Tire, Uniroyal and Viking. The company was founded in 1871. Initially, in addition to tyres for cars and bicycles, it produced waterproof fabrics, shoes, balls and toys.