Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, the world’s leading tire manufacturer, has released its new tire, the Goodyear ElectricDrive GT, built specifically for electric vehicles.
David Reese, vice president of Goodyear Americas, said the Goodyear ElectricDrive GT will feature a specially designed tread pattern and compound material that allows it to be used in all seasons. Whether on wet or dry roads, with the addition of SoundComfort technology to reduce the noise produced by tires, making the cabin quieter than before.
Andrew Lau, Goodyear’s marketing and product manager, added that we are now noticing that the tires currently on the market are not made specifically for electric vehicles, something that most electric vehicle users have. What is most important is the durability of the tread and the quietness. Normally, electric cars don’t make any noise at all. The main noise is usually from the motor and the noise of the tires grinding the Goodyear ElectricDrive GT road. to have everything that most electric train users need
For now, the Goodyear ElectricDrive GT will be available only in one size, 255/45R19 104W XL, which will be the tire size most high-performance electric cars will choose. More and more tire sizes come out.
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