Description


Developed from the partnership with the world's leading vehicle manufacturers it offers outstanding performance tailor made for the finest vehicles.

Features & Benefits:

  • Inner Block Winter Siping Technology (Improves snow traction performance);
  • Variable Size Tread Design (Minimizes noise inside the vehicle);
  • Lateral Siping (Maximizes cornering performance and dry grip while providing aquaplaning resistance);
  • Circumferential Grooves (Improve safety in aquaplaning situations).

Detailed Information


Type and Size
Tire Model
Pirelli P Zero All Season
Car Type
Passenger
Season
All Season
Rim Diameter
18 / 19 / 20 "
Width
235 / 245 / 275 / 285 / 305 mm
Aspect Ratio
35 / 40 / 45 %
Construction
Radial
Special Features
Runflat
No
Mud and Snow
No
Extra Load
Optional
Speed and Load
Speed Index
W (max 168 mph) ... ZR (max > 149 mph)
Load Index (max load for a tire)
 

Pirelli P Zero All Season Sizes & Specifications


Rim Model Size Index Features
R18 235/40 R18 95W XL 235/40 R18 95W XL
R19 245/40 R19 98Y XL 245/40 R19 98Y XL
R19 245/45 R19 98W 245/45 R19 98W
R19 275/40 R19 101W 275/40 R19 101W
R20 245/40 R20 99W 245/40 R20 99W
R20 245/40 R20 99W XL 245/40 R20 99W XL
R20 285/35 R20 100W 285/35 R20 100W
20 305/35 20 107ZR XL 305/35 20 107ZR XL

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Questions and Answers

  • Alex Zagvozdin 16 May, 2019 04:23
    Despite the similar names and appearance, the P Zero All Season and P Zero All Season Plus are actually very different tires. Pirelli uses the “Plus” designation to indicate their tires that are designed for the replacement market only. That means Pirelli’s tire engineers are free to design a tire that performs exactly how they want it to, and the budget and available technology are the only limiting factors. Pirelli tires without the “Plus” can be selected by vehicle manufacturers for Original Equipment use. 
    When a vehicle manufacturer chooses a tire for Original Equipment use, they always have performance targets they want to achieve. Often the tire doesn’t meet those goals “as is,” so the vehicle manufacturer and the tire company work together to “tweak” the tire to meet the desired performance targets. With Pirelli’s naming system, if a customer buys a “Plus” tire, he or she can be confident it was designed to perform how Pirelli’s excellent engineers wanted it to for its position in the marketplace. If a consumer buys a “non Plus” tire, there is a good chance it has been “modified” from the original design to meet a vehicle manufacturer’s target goals, whatever those may be.