(1) Source: Michelin Automotive Original Equipment Department - internal database analysis on December, 2021.
(2) Results may vary according to vehicle, tyre range and size, speed and road conditions.
(3) Rolling resistance of tyres have been divided by 2 between the MICHELIN Energy (RR>12kg/T) compared to MICHELIN e.Primacy and MICHELIN Pilot sport EV (RR <5kg/T)
(4) MICHELIN Acoustic Technology reduces the perceived noise level, inside the car, by nearly 20% (Internal noise measurement, done in 2020 on size 245/45 R19 on KIA Cadenza. Noise level measured on the range "170-230Hz".) Results may vary according to vehicle, tyre range and size, speed and road conditions.
(5) When new, MICHELIN e.PRIMACY generates 2kg/t on average rolling resistance less than competitors equivalent in fuel consumption reduction of up to 0.21l/100km for a VW Golf 7 1.5 TSI or equivalent of gain of up to 7% in battery range for a VW e.Golf. Energy consumption means petrol for thermic and hybrid vehicles, electricity for electric vehicles.
(6) very low rolling resistance thanks to new “Electric ready” silica-based materials with very low power dissipation, so your battery lasts longer than with the original MICHELIN City Grip. (Modelling of power dissipation between a 100/80 - 14 M/C 48S CITY GRIP SAVER TL and a CITY GRIP. Done at the Michelin Research Centre in France, in July 2018). More info on: https://www.michelin.co.uk/motorbike/tyres/michelin-city-grip-saver
(7) Low fuel consumption - MICHELIN ENERGY SAVER+ has been awarded by AutoBild as "Eco Champion" in 2013
(8) These extreme situations refer to the practice of racing on track. Excessive speed and other dangerous behavior is prohibited