HANKOOK K107 tyres


    Features and benefits

    Outstanding handling performance.

    Improved dry and wet braking performance.

    Fuel saving.


    - Outstanding handling performance thanks to 3D wave and straight groove and variable side angles.
    - Dry and wet braking performance improved by appropriately combining the longitudinal stiffness of pattern block.
    - Excellent traction and fuel saving due to highly dispersible silica (HDS) compounding and a new mixing process.

    Tyre structure:

    - Jointless bead wire and high hardness bead filler: improves high speed stability and provides ride comfort and maximizes steering response, high speed stability and durability.
    - Wide, high-tensile steel belts and jointless two-cap ply; enhances tread strength for steering response and wear.
    - Improves uniformity for smooth ride and durability.

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