|Michelin Pilot Sport A/S - All Season Ultra High Performance tire
World-class high performance every day.
Quite possibly the most technologically advanced tire we make, the Michelin® Pilot® Sport A/S tire offers all-season performance without sacrificing any of the world-class handling qualities that Michelin Pilot tires are known for. The Michelin Pilot Sport A/S utilizes our patented C3M Technology™ to precisely place three specialized rubber compounds across the tread, allowing exceptional performance in dry, wet and cold weather conditions. The Michelin Pilot Sport A/S also features super strong Aramid reinforcements — the same material used in our Formula One racing tires — to help maintain the shape of the tire at high speeds.
Outstanding all-season handling and response. Confident wet-weather performance. Exceptional winter traction.
Only ultra-high performance tire in the Michelin lineup to offer TriFusion™ - three different compounds bonded together on the tread face to provide a balance of all-weather performance.
State-of-the-art directional tread pattern and wet-weather silica compound combine for extreme wet-weather control.
Enhanced MaxTouch Construction™ to maximize the tire's contact with the road and evenly distribute the forces of acceleration, braking and cornering - delivering longer tread life without sacrifice.
Strong all-weather performance.
Excellent wet handling.
Performance grip with 45,000-mile limited warranty.
Sure Grip in Wet, Dry, and Even Snow. Tri Side-by-Side tread compounds, which utilizes patented C3M Technology™ to precisely place three specialized rubber compounds across the tread, helps elevate your car's performance in virtually every type of weather, from wet to dry to winter conditions.
Hold the Road. A unique Tri-Tread design maximizes tire performance in three key areas, simultaneously promoting improved wet performance, dry cornering, and straight-line performance.
High-Speed Confidence. Filament at Zero, the precise placement of aramid filaments in the tire's core, helps the tire maintain its uniform shape in harsh conditions and under extreme forces. (Exceeding the safe, legal speed limit is neither recommended nor endorsed.)