Michelin offering three ranges of tires designed for the new Porsche Cayenne

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

For your new Porsche Cayenne, tire manufacturer Michelin is offering three new ranges of tires designed and homologated specifically for your car.

These cars are created to have superior performance when it comes to safety-enhancing grip, fuel-efficiency and total mileage. These tires are versatile and can be used throughout the various seasons.

They improve safety; they last longer; and they provide a reduced environmental footprint. It's noticeable that the tires carry the N marking on the sidewalls. The marking certifies that they meet Porsche's quality standards.

These three models are named: Michelin Latitude Tour HP; Michelin Latitude Sport; Michelin Latitude Sport. Michelin and Porsche have been allies since 1960 but their partnership was cemented further in 2002 when Michelin was named as a Porsche Worldwide Cooperation Partner. Their team-up isn´t centered on just one area.

They start working on the development of a model and this goes all the way through to racing. In addition, Michelin got a Best Supplier award from Porsche in 2004.

We all saw our first official glimpse of the new Porsche Cayenne during its introduction ahead of this year's Geneva Auto Show in March. The car, which offers four engine choices, is priced from 55,400 euros to 115,500 euros.

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