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Prinx Europe to present comprehensive range at The Tire Cologne

Tire manufacturer Prinx Europe is presenting a wide range of new products at next month’s The Tire Cologne in Germany.

In addition to ultra-high performers for the passenger car segment, the Darmstadt-based company will also be presenting studded models, commercial vehicle tyres and details of its newly forged alliance with retreading company Marangoni.

In addition to completely redesigned tyres in the ultra-high-performance category for SUVs and cars, Prinx Europe will be exhibiting a van tyre and its new developments for Scandinavia. Nordic tyres for cars and trucks are available with and without studs. Both winter tyre lines celebrate their world premiere in Cologne.

Another world premiere: the UHP winter tyre series for car and SUV drivers. The tyres are aimed at upmarket, modern sports cars, especially in high inch sizes. They can be found in the Austone, Fortune and Chengshan brands.

The Aquila Rev summer tyres and the Vanea 4S all-season van tyre celebrate their trade fair premiere. Both are being exhibited live for the first time at The Tire Cologne. Until now, only press representatives and business partners have had access to the models.

With the Vanea 4S, Prinx Europe is sending the first pure van model of its new brand Prinx onto the road. The 3PMSF all-season tyre demonstrates excellent handling and impressive performance in tests. Vanea 4S is available in 21 dimensions.

The Prinx Aquila Rev summer tyre is a UHP tyre for SUVs and passenger cars. Its impressive performance is aimed at demanding, sporty riders. On the test track in Spain, it was almost on a par with the best-in-class Tier 1 competitor in terms of dry and wet braking performance.

Adrian Costache, head of sales at Pinx Europe, said: “Tire Cologne is a fantastic opportunity to experience our latest innovations first-hand and discover a range of ground-breaking solutions that are setting new standards in the industry.” At the trade fair, he wants to pass on knowledge, discuss industry trends and “show how our products can drive business forward”.