Imperial Ecosport 2 features
Type: Summer tyre
Class: Economy — balanced performance at a very attractive price
Intended use: Passenger cars of urban, compact and medium class
Tread: Asymmetrical — consists of two parts, where the inner part is responsible for water evacuation and the outer cares for proper tyre behaviour on bends and on dry roads.
Sizes: From 15 to 20 inches
Excellent grip, high durability and unparalleled comfort, all available in one technologically advanced model — the Imperial Ecosport 2. This is a product with typical sporty features, which combines excellent driving parameters, with attractive price for the budget class.
In the summer tyres are subject to demanding daily tests. Hot weather, heavy rain and storms are no challenge for the Imperial Ecosport 2. A number of design solutions make the model smoothly adapted to frequent weather changes.
The modern, asymmetric tread allows you to enjoy full performance of your car regardless of the weather. The modern system of sipes used in the tyre, significantly improves traction on wet roads, reducing the risk of losing control of your vehicle. Wide, stable tread blocks ensure good traction on any surface.
Its modern rubber compound provides the highest travel comfort, retaining all the important factors related directly with safety. Optimal flexibility is helpful in keeping the tyre on track even in the most unfavourable conditions.
Imperial Ecosport 2 is an excellent choice for drivers who appreciate:
High durability and resistance to abrasion and mechanical damage
Excellent safety parameters
Reliability regardless of the weather
Sporty performance and short braking distances
Manufacturer Info: Imperial is an European tyre brand, which belongs to Deldo, a company from Belgium. Imperial tyres are regularly checked for quality and their technological features are fine-tuned. It is available in more than 250 sizes in dozens of countries around the world. The most popular series include Ecodriver, Ecosport, Ecovan, RF and Snowdragon. Imperial tyres are increasingly popular among European drivers.