EPSILON A/T - Accelera Tires

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Features and Benefits


All weather traction
All terrain traction
Enhanced controllability

The Accelera Epsilon AT is an all terrain, all season tire manufactured for SUVs and light trucks.

The tire boosts the all terrain traction. The aggressive tread design with the high void ratio and the staggered tread block pattern optimizes the soft, loose and uneven terrain grip. These tread elements guarantee the tire's forward motion at all times, increasing the deep mud and loose terrain traction. The tread elements allow the tire to keep the footprint clean at all times. These tread elements eliminate mud, snow and rocks stuck between the tread elements. It allows the tire to avoid stone retention from harming the casing, while mud and snow cannot block the surface contact during the performance. This combination guarantees a safer on- and off-road terrain grip at all times.

The stronger internal structure and the optimal tread design greatly improve the controllability. The footprint's surface contact enables the tire to enhance the steering responsiveness and the driving stability. As a result, the tire is quicker and more precise in its response to the driver's commands, while the structure is secured against the driving pressure affecting the tire. The shoulder block pattern enables the tire to optimize the cornering and maneuvering capability by firmly gripping the road surface. The reinforced internal structure allows the tire to boost the load capacity. As the tire does not deform, it is able to securely carry and withstand heavy loads with ease.

The Accelera Epsilon AT improves the all weather traction. The ideal tread design and the all season compound enhance the dry, wet and winter weather grip. The compound manages to optimize the rubber flexibility in versatile temperatures. The siping placement also greatly improves the grip on the road and terrain surface with additional biting edges. During the tire's on-road performance, the tire disperses water and slush from the footprint, greatly upgrading the wet weather performance.

Manufacturers recommend changing tires every 10 years. As long as tires are properly stored before they are sold, the year of their manufacture will not shorten their service life.

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