Following the impressive success of the Altrust Summer - winner of two major tyre tests* in 2017 - Apollo Tyres´ Altrust All Season has joined the manufacturer’s range of tyres. Fourteen different sizes designed and produced specially for the light truck segment will cover the most popular van sizes from 1 August onwards.
Premiered at The Tyre exhibition in Cologne last May, the Apollo Altrust All Season tyres are an ideal year-round choice for vans. They are characterised by excellent braking on wet roads, optimised stability in corners and low-noise operation throughout their lifespan. They provide comfort and safety in a wide range of weather conditions. The uniform pressure distribution across the tread ensures an even wear pattern, extending the tyre’s lifespan.
The Altrust All Season optimises safety thanks to excellent braking properties on wet surfaces. Its rounded footprint allows for improved water evacuation, resulting in an excellent aquaplaning performance. The tyre also guarantees high stability while cornering in all types of weather. Bridges between tread blocks in the shoulder area enhance stiffness for better cornering, while the straight and stiff structure of the sidewalls adds to the steering precision and stability.
*Altrust Summer was awarded in 2017 by:
- Promobil as testwinner
- Autobild as ‘Vorbildlich’
Tamara Oostveen, Manager PR & Events Europe
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Apollo Vredestein BV designs, manufactures and sells seven million top-quality tyres each year for passenger cars, two-wheelers and commercial vans, as well as a range of agricultural and industrial tyres through its locations in Europe and the USA. Apollo Vredestein is part of Apollo Tyres Ltd, an international tyre major with manufacturing units in India, the Netherlands and Hungary. Apollo Tyres Ltd markets its products under its two global brands Apollo and Vredestein. The company's products are available in over 100 countries through a vast network of branded, exclusive and multi-product outlets.
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