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ContiPremiumContact™ 5

ContiPremiumContact™ 5

The perfect all-rounder which combines comfort and safety at the highest stage.

ContiSportContact™ 5

ContiSportContact™ 5

Control has never been sportier

ContiEcoContact™ 5

ContiEcoContact™ 5

The new Performance-Eco tire.

ContiSportContact™ 5 P

ContiSportContact™ 5 P

Safe performance for sporty cars, giving maximum fun at the wheel.

ContiSportContact™ 3

ContiSportContact™ 3

Superb braking performance for real high performance cars.

ContiPremiumContact™ 2

ContiPremiumContact™ 2

Shorter braking distances for luxury and medium-sized cars.

ContiEcoContact™ 3

ContiEcoContact™ 3

Safer braking for compact cars.

ContiForceContact™

ContiForceContact™

Next exit... Nürburgring.

ContiSportContact™ Vmax

ContiSportContact™ Vmax

Standard safety up to 360 km/h

Continental Uses Tire Expertise to Create Limited Editions with Special Product Design

Official sponsor of the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ offers premium passenger car and bus tires with stylized soccer balls on the side wall, and not only in Brazil

Official Sponsor Continental Gives Ticket Winners Unforgettable Trip to Brazil

Tire manufacturer used 2014 FIFA World Cup™ rightsfor ticket promotions and specially developed ContiRioKick app -

Maserati Approves Continental Tires for Ghibli

ContiSportContact 5 is approved for all Ghibli models

Continental named as exclusive tire partner and official sponsor of Asian Cup 2015 in Australia

Tire manufacturer expands portfolio of international football events and reaffirms importance of football sponsorship as a strategic communications platform

A new era: Teams using Continental tires to compete in 101st Tour de France

Five Tour de France teams racing on Continental tires

ContiSoccerNews 2014 - Issue #4

Road to final planned, but Schweinsteiger causes conflict - No more biting jokes! - Next German opponents: Algeria - Advertising Mueller - Shirt records - Helping children in Rio’s favelas

ContiSoccerNews 2014 - Issue #3

Loew’s problem with midfield No 6. - No trumpets allowed inside the stadium - Loew versus Klinsmann: "Gijon" repeat is unimaginable - Sleepless in Tokyo - The sun shines, as do the floodlights …