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Grip Performance on Dry Road - 90%
Grip Performance on Wet Road - 80%
Dry Braking Performance - 90%
Wet Braking Performance - 90%
Noise Control - 80%
Comfort - 80%


Rated By 2 users
The MICHELIN Pilot Super Sport is a tyre born from endurance racing, giving you the exhilaration of driving one of the best performing street tyre in the world.

Safety even in the most demanding conditions:
- It brakes 3 meters shorter on wet roads*
- Technologies coming from 13 consecutive victories at Le Mans 24 Hours
*Compared with MICHELIN Pilot Sport PS2. Test carried out by Michelin Technology Centre.
The best dry handling
- Number 1 in dry handling*
- The fastest tyre**
- Developed with Porsche, BMW M and Ferrari
*The best dry handling. Tests carried out in 2010 by TüV on tyre sizes 245/40ZR18Y & 235/35ZR19Y, compared to its 5 premium competitors (available on the market at the time). **The fastest lap time on a dry track. Tests carried out in 2010 by TüV on tyre sizes 245/40ZR18Y & 235/35ZR19Y, compared to its 5 premium competitors (available on the market at the time). The World’s fastest cars are equipped with MICHELIN tyres. Bugatti Veyron and Shelby SuperCars exceeded the speed of 400 Kph with MICHELIN Pilot Sport PS2.

Twaron® Belt
- At a very high speed, the TWARON® belt guarantees greater stability.
- Thanks to its variable tension, the belt grips the centre of the tread more tightly than the shoulders.
- Centrifugal force is thus better controlled and forces are distributed more evenly.

Dual Compound Technology
- A novel distribution of 2 different rubber compounds between the right and the left-hand parts of the tread delivers maximum performance on both wet and dry road condition.
- Outer side: a novel carbon black-reinforced elastomer derived directly from the Le Mans 24 Hours race. This offers extreme endurance even under the tightest cornering.
- Inner side: the latest generation of elastomers with exceptional wet grip to mould themselves to the slightest irregularities in the road surface and break the film of water.

Variable Contact Patch 2.0
- Ensures optimum grip whether you're accelerating flat out in a straight line or cornering at high speed.
- When cornering, the shape of the contact patch changes, but the amount of rubber in contact with the road surface stays the same.
- Forces and temperatures are distributed more evenly over the contact patch thanks to the latest digital simulation softwares used in the aeronautics and automobile industry.

- Michelin high performance tyres shared a design inspired by Michelin's competition heritage
- The Power of Pilot Super Sport: Experience the most exhilarating drive with the MICHELIN Pilot Super Sport
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Users Reviews

Eric Ling
4 years ago
Toyota 435 - 255/30R20
Driver has driven 20000 KM.
Grip Performance on Dry Road 4/5Grip Performance on Wet Road 4/5
Dry Braking Performance 4/5Wet Braking Performance 4/5
Comfort 4/5Noise Control 4/5
My car was originally equipped with Pirelli P Zero (front : 225/35R20, rear: 255/30R20). The front tyres were too "thin" which made the driving quite uncomfortable. After changing all the tyres with the PSS (especially up-sizing the front to 235/35R20), I can feel a significant change of comfortableness. The grip seems to improve as well. One point to note is that the tyres seem to wear off quickly.

4 years ago
BMW 3 Series - 225/35R20
Driver has driven 12000 KM.
Grip Performance on Dry Road 5/5Grip Performance on Wet Road 4/5
Dry Braking Performance 5/5Wet Braking Performance 5/5
Comfort 4/5Noise Control 4/5

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