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The new CrossContact™ ATR provides a maximised contact area which results in additional off-road traction. Further traction grooves prevent the loose surface from sliding through the grooves for more grip.
The new polymer structure improves the grip on slippery roads. In addition, the enhanced water displacement increases the traction for shorter braking distances under wet conditions.
The new tread features minimise the stone retention and resist cutting and chipping which leads to excellent durability.
The innovative design of the new CrossContact™ ATR with noise blockers ensures reduced road noise for a smooth and quiet ride.
The wet grip rating indicates how well the tire will perform in wet conditions, with performance graded from class A down to class E. A high grade means short braking distances on wet roads.
Reduced rolling resistance saves fuel and cuts CO2 emissions. Class A tires deliver the best fuel efficiency, with fuel consumption increasing for each subsequent class through to E.
This is the external rolling noise generated by the tire, measured in decibels. The label shows the noise level rated in classes from A to C.
In addition to these three label values, there are also pictograms − if applicable − relating to performance in severe snow conditions (3PMSF) and/or grip in icy conditions (the latter applies to passenger car tires only).
With the EU label generator, you can access the specific label values for your Continental tires.
For further details on the new EU Tire Label (2020/740) please click here.