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Posted on July 01, 2021

Michelin Pilot Sport All-Season 4 Launches 44 New Sizes

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  • Introduced in 2020, the tire closed the gap between ultra-high-performance summer and all-season categories
  • Now available in 103 sizes to fit popular high-performance and luxury vehicles
  • New sizes include larger rim diameters and new run-flat sizes

An additional 44 sizes of the MICHELIN® Pilot® Sport All-Season 4 are now available, opening the door for more high-performance and luxury vehicle drivers to experience the category-defying tire.

 

Since launching last year, the Pilot Sport All-Season 4 has bridged the gap between ultra-high-performance summer and all-season tires – providing year-round performance

with 4% better dry braking, 5% better wet braking and 10% more snow traction1.

The tire’s Asymmetric Tread Pattern includes more rubber on the outer shoulder, which helps deliver lateral dry grip. The superior wet grip is the result of a race-inspired tread compound engineered with maximum levels of silica to grip slick pavement. The large rain groove evacuates water from under the tire to prevent hydroplaning.

To further complement wet performance, 360-Degree Variable Sipe Technology – consisting of full-depth and interlocking sipes – provides biting edges for improved traction in rain and snow.

Michelin’s previous generation of the Pilot Sport All-Season proved that all-season and ultra-high-performance capabilities were possible in the same tire. In a testament to the new generation’s ability to provide supercar-worthy performance, Chevrolet made it the first all-season original equipment tire on the new Corvette C8, proven both on and off the track.

The Pilot Sport All-Season 4 was developed with Dynamic Response Technology, which ensures forces and temperatures are distributed evenly for a longer tread wear life. The tire has up to 29% more tread life than leading competitors2.

The tire has a Z speed rating and with the phase 2 launch, is now available in 103 sizes. 

Sizes of MICHELIN® Pilot® Sport All-Season 4 available on July 1, 2020:

205/55ZR16

225/50ZR16

205/40ZR17

205/45ZR17

205/50ZR17

215/50ZR17

215/55ZR17

225/45ZR17

225/50ZR17

235/45ZR17

235/50ZR17

245/40ZR17

245/50ZR17

255/40ZR17

275/40ZR17

215/40ZR18

215/45ZR18

225/40ZR18

225/45ZR18

235/40ZR18

235/45ZR18

235/50ZR18

245/35ZR18

245/40ZR18

245/45ZR18

255/35ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/40ZR18

255/45ZR19

285/40ZR19

255/55ZR20

265/40ZR20

275/40ZR20

285/30ZR20

285/45ZR20

295/30ZR20

295/35ZR20

305/35ZR20

315/35ZR20

245/35ZR21

255/40ZR21

265/35ZR21

265/40ZR21

275/35ZR21

275/45ZR21

285/40ZR21

265/35ZR22

275/35ZR22

Sizes of MICHELIN® Pilot® Sport All-Season 4 available on July 1, 2021:

215/45ZR17

225/55ZR17

235/55ZR17

245/45ZR17

225/50ZR18

235/55ZR18

245/40ZR18

245/50ZR18

275/35ZR18

225/40ZR19

225/45ZR19

235/40ZR19

235/45ZR19

245/35ZR19

245/35ZR19

245/40ZR19

255/30ZR19

255/40ZR19

265/35ZR19

265/40ZR19

275/35ZR19

275/40ZR19

285/30ZR19

285/35ZR19

325/30ZR19

235/35ZR20

235/40ZR20

245/35ZR20

245/40ZR20

245/45ZR20

255/35ZR20

255/40ZR20

255/45ZR20

265/35ZR20

275/30ZR20

275/35ZR20

285/30ZR20

285/35ZR20

335/25ZR20

295/35ZR21

295/40ZR21

265/40ZR22

275/40ZR22

285/35ZR22

 

  1. 4% better dry braking, 5% better wet braking and 10% more snow traction compared to the MICHELIN® Pilot® Sport A/S 3+. Based on internal braking and snow tests conducted in tire size 245/40ZR18, using a 2015 BMW 328i. Actual on-road results may vary.
  2. Based on an internal treadwear test conducted on public roads versus the Bridgestone® Potenza™ RE980AS Pole Position (-29%), Continental® ExtremeContact™ DWS06 (-12%), Pirelli® P ZERO™ ALL SEASON Plus (-25%), and Goodyear® Eagle® Exhilarate™ (-23%) in tire size 245/40ZR18, using 2018 BMW 320i.  Actual on-road results may vary.

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1 Comment

tire_enthusiast | July 1, 2021 @ 6:05PM
Michelin, there are popular flagship SUVs from Kia and Subaru (just to name a few) which use 245/50 R20 tires, but this fitment apparently did not make the cut with the additional sizes rolled out for the July 2021 (or prior) release. Combined sales for these two SUV models approach 150k units in 2019 and 2020. Comments in their respective owner forums continue to show interest in other tire options apart from general touring and off-road models. Are you guys considering releasing a fitment in this size at some point?

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