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Innovation is only meaningful if it benefits everyone

For Michelin, a sustainable future and advances in technology go hand in hand.

The Group is exploring the possibilities opened up by materials science and data science.

Infinite sources of innovation for a better life in motion.

Towards infinitely renewable object

Designed entirely from renewable or recycled materials, the Vision concept illustrates the unprecedented innovation challenge that Michelin has set itself: to imagine eco-designed products and services, in tires or in other domains, that meet the requirements of the Group’s environmental approach. 

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Unique innovation power

Polymer design, process engineering, expertise in high-tech materials, enhancing data value... For over 130 years, Michelin has been eagerly pursuing innovation and pushing back the limits of possibility.  

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+ 11 000

active patents worldwide


€bn dedicated to innovation


people in R&D

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Fast-tracking innovation

No one stakeholder alone can meet the collective challenges and in particular the environmental emergency.  The Group is constantly expanding its innovation power by drawing together a wide range of public and private-sector stakeholders, and cooperating with numerous partners in a bid to develop disruptive technologies.   

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Motorsport: driving innovation

Over and above the victories, motorsport is, more than ever before, a proving ground for experimentation: “We race for change”. It is essential for accelerating the development, application, and market launch of new sustainable solutions. 

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For all of the Group's businesses

Driven by its passion for science, its curiosity and its determination to play an active part for the planet, Michelin is leveraging its outstanding expertise over and beyond mobility. 

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  • 1891 - the removable tire

    Michelin invented the first modern tire, which went on to prove a game changer for mobility. 

  • 1900 - the 1st MICHELIN Guide

    Michelin created the “Michelin Guide” to make traveling easier for its customers. 

  • 1929 - the first Michelines

    Michelin built the first Micheline, a railcar mounted on tires. 

  • 1946 - the Radial tire

    It revolutionary architecture marked a real breakthrough thanks to a combination of outstanding performances. 
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