The Dunlop SP2000 and SP2000E tyres are ultra high performance tyres from the Dunlop Tyres stable especially designed for supporting high end, performance oriented luxury saloons. The tyres enable maximum performance capability with the added advantages of a quiet ride and enhanced ride comfort. The Dunlop SP2000 and SP2000E tyres are part of Dunlop’s SP tyre range that comprises high performance tyres such as the Dunlop SP Fast Response tyres for medium range to larger luxury vehicles and the Dunlop SP Street Response tyres, which deliver sporty driving parameters to small compact family cars. These tyres are fitted as original equipment on some of the world’s most prestigious vehicles such as several models of Mercedes Benz vehicles. The Dunlop SP2000 and SP2000E tyres are summer tyres, not suitable for performance on snow and/or icy surface conditions.
Excellent high speed performance: The performance of the Dunlop SP2000 and SP2000E tyres can be attributed to their unique rubber compound, which is extremely soft and thereby provides high levels of support to high speed performance.
Resistance against aquaplaning: This tread compound offers improved grip on dry roads and unparalleled reassurance on wet surface. Because of the improved grip, the Dunlop SP2000 and SP 2000E tyres offer exceptional cornering stability even at high speeds, making the driver confident and comfortable. The braking responsiveness is also enhanced, enhancing safety, an important parameter in high speed driving. The tread design of the tyres comprises tread blocks placed close together on the inner tyre shoulder, which makes water dispersal rapid and efficient, leading to improved wet performance and reassurance on wet surface.
Improved overall driving experience: In the construction of the tyres, the casing pattern is optimised to reduce noise levels significantly. Also the ride vibrations are effectively absorbed to deliver a smooth and comfortable ride. The tyres are also associated with improving fuel economy that leads to decrease in fuel costs in the long term.
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