Tires Yokohama - W.Drive V905
Tires Yokohama - W.Drive V905
W.Drive V905

winter tires
 
winter tires
passenger cars tires
 
passenger cars tires


Sizes:
  185/60R15 84 T TL  
  195/50R15 82 H TL  
  195/55R15 85 H TL  
  195/65R15 91 T TL  
  195/55R16 87 H TL  
  205/55R16 91 T TL  
  205/60R16 96 H TL XL  
  215/55R16 93 H TL  
  215/60R16 99 H TL XL  
  215/65R16 98 H TL  
  225/55R16 95 H TL  
  205/50R17 93 H TL XL  
  215/50R17 95 V TL XL  
  215/55R17 98 V TL XL  
  225/45R17 91 H TL  
  225/50R17 94 H TL  
  225/55R17 97 H TL  
  235/45R17 94 H TL  
  235/55R17 103 V TL XL  
  245/45R17 99 V TL XL  
  225/40R18 92 W TL XL  
  225/45R18 95 V TL XL  
  225/50R18 95 V TL  
  235/40R18 95 W TL  
  235/45R18 98 V TL XL  
  235/50R18 101 V TL XL  
  245/40R18 97 W TL XL  
  245/45R18 100 V TL XL  
  245/50R18 104 V TL XL  
  255/45R18 103 V TL XL  
  275/45R18 107 V TL XL  
  225/45R19 96 V TL XL  
  225/55R19 99 V TL  
  235/45R19 99 V TL XL  
  245/45R19 102 W TL XL  
  255/40R19 100 V TL XL  
  275/40R19 105 W TL XL  
  265/35R20 99 V TL XL  
Tire information:
The Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd., announced today that it would begin selling a new winter passenger car tire across the European continent ahead of the 2014 autumn/winter snowy season. The "W*drive V905" is a successor to the popular "W*drive V902A/B" and will be available in sizes from 15 inch to 18 inch.

The new tire's conventional model, the "W*drive V902A/B," was launched in 2007 as the winter tire in the YOKOHAMA ".drive" series, one of the Company's core tires for overseas markets, especially Europe. The new "W*drive V905" maximizes the edging effect that contributes to stability on snow and ice. It also features a tread pattern that enhances the tire's snow and water drainage and a new compound comprising various materials, including MicroSilica and Orange Oil. As a result, the "W*drive V905" achieves a greatly improved level of performance on snowy and wet roads, as well as on icy surfaces. In addition, a reconfiguration of the tire's surface contact area results in improved snow traction and drainage when running on wet roads while maintaining the conventional model's outstanding performance on dry roads. The new compound and a lighter-weight construction contribute to lower rolling resistance and higher fuel efficiency.