COSTA MESA, Calif., Aug. 24, 2012 – Hyundai has combined a high opening summer tire choice for a new 2013 Veloster and Veloster Turbo. In an acknowledging curtsy to opening enthusiasts, Hyundai has comparison a eminent Michelin Pilot® Super Sport summer tire as an choice for a innovative competition coupe.
The Pilot Super Sport summer tire is widely supposed as one of a premiere summer opening tires available, with superb wet/dry grip, cornering and braking performance, all joined with reasonable float comfort, noise, and treadwear characteristics. In fact, in Hyundai engineering tests, movement pad lateral-acceleration opening increasing from 0.82g with a customary Veloster Turbo tire to 0.94g with a Pilot Super Sport, while braking (60-0 mph) decreased from 135 ft. to 121 ft., and soppy braking decreased from 157 ft. to 136 ft.
“We listened a interest from opinion-leading media and precisionist enthusiasts,” pronounced Mike O’Brien, clamp boss of corporate and product formulation for Hyundai Motor America. “They told us that as good as Veloster is, a cessation calibration and generally a new powertrain of a turbo indication screamed for even some-more undisguised hold to prove fan buyers. The Pilot Super Sport summer tire choice for Veloster is another instance of HyundaiSpeed in response to specific customer groups, like opening enthusiasts.”
Michelin Pilot Super Sport Performance Tire
The Pilot Super Sport, distance 215/40ZR18 tire option, will be accessible on both Veloster and Veloster Turbo models versed with 18-inch amalgamate wheels. The tire package adds $1,200 to a bottom line for these models, with accessibility commencement in September. Veloster owners with 18-inch amalgamate wheels who already have taken smoothness can also have a Pilot Super Sport commissioned by their Hyundai play if desired, theme to internal availability.