Germany, Neu-Isenburg/Italy, Sesto San Giovanni, 29 March 2017 – Hankook Tire will again show a strong presence at the Autopromotec in Bologna from 24th to 28th May 2017. The premium tyre maker will present the highlights of its comprehensive line-up for passenger cars, SUVs, light, medium and heavy trucks and buses to the visitors in Hall 20, booth number A 74. Once again the company proves its innovative power - showcasing various state-of-the art tyre solutions, including new all-season trailer tyre SmartFlex TH31, two winter tyres, Hankook Winter i*cept evo² and Hankook Winter i*cept RS², All-season Hankook Kinergy 4S and tyre brand Laufenn launched on the European market in 2015.
Winter tyres on the Hankook booth include the Hankook Winter i*cept evo² which is tailored for enhanced snow performance and superior traction and braking in both wet and dry conditions and Hankook Winter i*cept RS² which is made for compact and mid-sized cars with reliable and stable handling characteristics on wet, snowy, slushy and also dry roads. Its latest all-season tyre Hankook Kinergy 4S, the all-weather specialist for year round safe driving is made to provide a well-balanced performance and high safety throughout the four changing seasons. On the Hankook booth there will also be an extra zone dedicated to the Laufenn tyre range, launched on the European market in 2015.
Tyre solutions for trucks will also take centre stage in Bologna. Premium tyre maker Hankook will showcase the new trailer tyre, SmartFlex TH31, that completes the all-year tyre line SmartFlex consisting of the SmartFlex AH31 for the steering axle and the SmartFlex DH31 for the driving axle. The trailer tyre’s wide, closed shoulder area supports stable straight driving and ensures good lateral stability. The tyre is labelled with M+S marking and the chamfered tread grooves help to prevent splintering. Both steering and driving axle positions have M+S marking and the snowflake (3PMSF) symbol, which means good traction is guaranteed even if drivers hit wintry road conditions.