Continental introduces new tyres for Hybrid and Electric Cars with low rolling resistance

June 26th, 2014 Comments Off on Continental introduces new tyres for Hybrid and Electric Cars with low rolling resistance

In 2011, Continental introduced the Conti.eContact, a tire optimized for electricGo Aberdeen: Electric vehicle no charge cost to continue in Aberdeen. Read more ... » vehiclesUK to have Tighter rules for Plug-in Car Grant. Read more ... », with lower rolling resistance translating into increased rangeVauxhall Ampera #EV Hybrid (range extender) EV average ~ 158mpg in town. Read more ... ». Now the companyNissan Leaf 2015 expected Tech Upgrades. Read more ... » has further refined the design to meet the needs of hybridUS Report: EV Sales Progressing Faster Than Hybrids Did A Decade Ago. Read more ... » modelsTotal Count : UK electric car sales surge in 2014. Read more ... ». The Conti.eContact is available in six sizes for 17Not just You and I: Green vehicle demand revs up as UK electric car sales quadruple. Read more ... » and 18Not just You and I: Green vehicle demand revs up as UK electric car sales quadruple. Read more ... »-inch#Hybrid review: Lexus CT 200h range expands. Better Trim, Better Spec. 1 mile only #EV range. :S. Read more ... » rims.

The rolling resistance of the newNissan Leaf 2015 expected Tech Upgrades. Read more ... » Conti.eContact for hybridsManufacturers should make few good #ElectricCar (s) instead of elusive "mpg-saving" hybrids. And I Do expect 30+ miles #EV mode on such cars!. Read more ... » is 20My future "next car" :Plug-In Hybrid Model(s) To Join Next Audi A4 Range. Read more ... » percent lower than in a conventional tire, while handlingAudi A3 Sportback e-tron review (2014 release date) 32EV mile range. Read more ... » and wet braking performanceNew: BMW 3-series plug-in hybrid. Read more ... » are similar. Part of this is thanks to Continental’s GreenElectric car insurance explained. Cheaper, affordable, green, first-time drivers appeal. Read more ... » Chili, which is not a taco sauce, but a silica compound that’s made in such a way that the internal friction of the filler particles and the polymers is lower than in conventional rubber compounds. The sidewalls of the new Conti.eContact have been redesigned to minimize aerodynamic drag and rolling resistance. The new Conti.eContact also loses less energy when the tire deflects and rebounds than a conventional tire does.

The Conti.eContact is designed to generate minimum audible noise in the vehicleThe all-electric Volkswagen e-up! goes on sale on Monday 2 December priced at £19,250 (including £5,000 Government grant or £24,250 on the road).. Read more ... » interior, to compensate for the fact that hybrid vehiclesHello Electric Car: Event Introduces Area Drivers to Electric Vehicles. Read more ... » have little engineNew: BMW 3-series plug-in hybrid. Read more ... » noise, making tire noise more noticeable. A thin layer of polyurethane foam attached to the insideMercedes C 350 (Max 20 Miles EV Range) Plug-in Hybrid Coming Soon. Read more ... » of the tread reduces the vibrations that are generated as the tire rolls along the road, communicating less vibration to the chassis.

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