Goodyear Outfits Maserati’s Grecale With Some Sporty Tyres

If you think SUVs and crossovers have to be boring and uninspiring, Maserati’s latest Grecale would prove you otherwise. Not only does it look the part for being a Maserati… But it’s also pretty fast. Granted, all that speed would be for nothing if it can’t leverage the ideal amount and controllability with traction. Thankfully, Goodyear might have the right solution for it.

They’ve recently announced that the new Grecale will come fitted with Goodyear’s Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 tyres as an OE fitment. This is a pretty big deal, given that it’s a very sporting set of tyres. But for such a speedy SUV, it may very well be the ideal match for the Grecale. These tyres have been carefully picked for their sporty performance and handling traits.

All The Grip In The World

So, what are these Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 tyres capable of? For starters, one of its noteworthy highlights is the supreme amount of grip that it offers. Not just on the road, too. If you really want to take your shiny new Maserati off the beaten path, these tyres should be just as capable of doing a bit of off-roading, as well. Plus, there’s the tech and refinement that’s inside it.

Goodyear has spent quite a bit of time improving its performance, especially when it comes to traction in both wet and dry conditions. Moreover, these tyres feature rim protection and their SoundComfort technology. So, not only would they be super grippy and complaint, but they would also make your drive that bit comfier. For the Grecale, it’ll come in a 235/55R19 size.

Hans Vrijsen, the Managing Director of Goodyear’s Consumer OE for the EMEA, said:

The Maserati Grecale is such an exciting vehicle with a whole host of advanced technology. At Goodyear, we needed a tyre that could translate all of the development in handling and power to what the driver feels on the road. The Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 SUV delivers all that and more with the grip it provides and the safety features such as fantastic wet-weather braking distances.

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