ZC Rubber Introduces EV PRO Lineup of Premium EV Tires

ZC Rubber Introduces EV PRO Lineup of Premium EV Tires

The new EV PRO tires have notably reduced rolling noise, increased fuel efficiency and improved grip performance.

ZC Rubber has launched its new EV PRO lineup – the company’s first EV passenger car tires for the Chinese market. 

According to ZC Rubber, the new EV PRO tires have notably reduced rolling noise, increased fuel efficiency and improved grip performance for electrical vehicles. The EV PRO tires feature ZUPER SILENT technology, which effectively reduces tire noise by using all-season noise-absorbing compound, three-dimensional silent bolts, and a special soundproof chamber.

With BPOT technology, the EV PRO tire offers excellent handling thanks to a 5% larger contact area at high speeds, the company says, while the mixing technology provides optimized grip and stability. Gen II Hybrid Silane compound gives EV PRO increased mileage, with DMOT design theory to further reduce the tire’s rolling resistance. The velvet sidewall design gives the tire a more luxurious overall design aesthetic, making the EV PRO a delight for the eyes, says ZC Rubber.

 “EV PRO represents a breakthrough for ZC Rubber, a crucial step towards delivering solutions suitable for electric vehicles. This also shows our commitment to sustainable mobility in the future through extending tire life, improving fuel economy and utilizing eco-friendly materials,” the company stated.

ZC Rubber has extensive experience in developing tires for electric vehicles, with its existing OEM tires optimized for EVs already being used by some leading Chinese automakers, like BYD, XPeng, Geely. ZC Rubber is dedicated to providing users with the most appropriate products and services, as well as offering bespoke tire product solutions, as a result of its in-depth understanding of consumer needs and long-term investments in research and development.

While it has unveiled only EV PRO tires for China so far, ZC Rubber says the company will introduce more EV tire options soon for the global market.

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