Excellent Mud+Snow Traction Deep tread grooves deliver excellent mud and snow traction while forcing out small stones of the grooves.
The Scorpion All Terrain Plus is designed with a focus on optimizing durability, traction and wear resistance, in addition to providing light snow traction sufficient to receive the Three-Peak Mountain Snowflake symbol.
Thankfully, all of our worry disappeared as the All Terrain Plus easily maintained traction on steep inclines covered in loose dirt.
Its longitudinal grooves assure excellent water expulsion, while the high density siping guarantees traction for safety and performance.
They definitely made a bit of noise, as all tires do, when the water got deeper, but there was not really any loss of contact with the road up to 70 mph.
Traction on wet roads is much better than the factory Dunlops, when pulling away from a stop sign and turning right, for example.
Steve Carpino, senior consultant, product design and development, shared more in-depth information about the tire to many of Pirelli's largest U.
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Interestingly, that was precisely our first experience with the Pirelli Scorpion All Terrain Plus—and we were so intrigued that we wanted to learn more.
This is the philosophy that has taken Pirelli to the forefront of the industry on a global scale.
Even more impressive was the amount of traction when pushed beyond the limit of the vehicle by a professional racing driver.
Just a brief initial comparison.
Pirelli says it not only gives the tires more visual presence, but it also affords additional protection against impacts and punctures.
© Jered Korfhage Pirelli Scorpion All Terrain Plus Muddy Water The Road Once we flung the mud from the tires, the highway portion of the test started in a big way—driving the open interstates from Ohio to California.11|28|7