Technical Details

Excellent snow performance for outstanding driving pleasure.

Thanks to the special construction of the traction sipes and the new designed snow grooves, traction is significantly raised resulting in superior handling comfort on snow covered roads.

Best braking performance for maximum winter safety.

The blocks of the rib are only separated through thin lateral grooves which form a stiff rib due to the forces while braking. This leads to shorter braking distance, especially for sporty driving in wintry conditions. 

Superb dry handling performance for highest steering precision.

Wider and bigger blocks on the outside shoulder increase the contact area. This results in a larger footprint for maximum control and steering precision while cornering on dry wintry roads. 

Exceptional low rolling resistance for reduced fuel consumption.

Due to its combination of innovative compound, profile and construction, the WinterContact™ TS 860 S efficiently reduces rolling resistance for higher fuel saving – without compromising on safety.





Technologies

ContiSeal™ is a technology developed by Continental designed to seal a damaged tyre tread. In case of penetration by foreign objects such as nails, there is no need for immediate roadside tyre changes, and holes remain sealed even if the puncturing object becomes dislodged. ContiSeal™ is a sticky, viscous sealant layer. It is applied to the inside of the tyre in the tread area. ContiSeal™ seals 80% of all tyre punctures and therefore reduces the risk of flat tyres. ContiSeal™ tyres are marked clearly with a symbol on the sidewall and are compatible with all commonly available rims.

Tire with ContiSeal technology

The SSR system is a runflat technology developed by Continental especially for low section tyres, which still keeps the tyres compatible with all standard rims. The SSR principle is based on a self-supporting reinforced sidewall. In case of a puncture, this prevents the sidewall from being crushed between the rim and the road, and the tyre from slipping off the rim, which makes a spare tyre obsolete. Not having to carry a spare tyre means a reduction in weight, which improves fuel efficiency. It also adds up to 80 litres of free space in the boot. Fitting on four positions is highly recommended, if not yet mandatory by law and a tyre repair is not allowed.

SSR




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