Des pneumatiques à faible résistance au roulement
Reducing tires’ rolling resistance helps reduce vehicles’ fuel consumption and thus emission of local pollutants (NOx, SO2, etc.) as well as CO2 emissions generated during the use phase.
Since 1992, Michelin has launched five generations of car tires and three of truck tires offering superior energy efficiency. Rubber and synthetic product consumption has also been significantly reduced thanks to investments in research and innovation, which have led to the development of lighter, longer-lasting tires that can bear heavier loads.
Durable high-performance tires
Increasing a tire’s durability also enables more efficient use of raw materials and amortizes the energy used in manufacturing over more kilometers driven.
Michelin’s approach to designing tires that rise to the challenges of sustainable development can be summed up as “guaranteeing long-term performance.”
A philosophy that the Group applies to all its product offers for all its customers, whether they are individual car or motorcycle users or trucking, construction, aviation, or other professionals.
Our service offer for professionals
Service is in the Group’s genes. We are building on the new opportunities created by the digital revolution to develop new solutions and services for more sustainable mobility.
- The Effitire, Effifuel, Effitrailer and MICHELIN TIRE CARE offers for trucks give our professional customers the tools they need to optimize their tire management for improved safety and productivity while driving down costs... and above all protecting the environment.
- MICHELIN Services and Solutions also offers solutions like Sascar in Brazil or NexTraq in North America that combine embedded telematics, electronics and cloud computing to collect vehicle data in real time, analyze vehicle or driver performance, and use that information to suggest solutions that facilitate mobility, increase productivity, and most importantly reduce consumption.