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Pirelli EcoImpact


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Environmental friendliness, safety and performance are essential features designed into many Pirelli tires. Their innovative compounds, internal structures and tread patterns are designed to lower vehicle fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions, while providing longer tire wear without compromising performance.

Pirelli EcoImpact icons branded on a tire’s sidewall signify the tire’s compatibility with specific environmentally friendly goals, which include offering Energy Efficiency, Clean Air, High Mileage and Low Noise.

Energy Efficient

Energy Efficient

Low rolling resistance rubber compounds and internal constructions reduce vehicle fuel consumption, resulting in savings for the consumer and a reduction in CO2 gas emissions into the atmosphere.

Clean Air

Clean Air

Tread compounds containing no high aromatic oils reduce petroleum dependency and avoid the dispersion of substances potentially hazardous for the environment when tires are manufactured.

High Mileage

High Mileage

Long-wearing tires bring direct savings to the consumer. Making tires last longer also means producing fewer tires with numerous benefits in reducing raw material, water and energy consumption, as well as the impact of disposal at the end of the tire’s life.

Low Noise

Low Noise

The optimization of the tread design to decrease the noise generated by the tire rolling provides a more comfortable driving experience for the vehicle occupants and reduces external noise pollution as vehicles drive by.

In addition to these tire characteristics, Pirelli’s green performance strategy has developed new production systems that reduce environmental impact and energy consumption while focusing on quality and safety. This has resulted in lowering factory water consumption levels, energy use and emissions.

NOTE: Pirelli tires branded with the EcoImpact designations are identified as such on the SIZES & PRICING page, as well as the tire's SPECS page.

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