Continental’s German engineering expertise has been driving tyre technology for over 140 years, with its technical excellence and innovative designs. This is why one in three new cars produced in Europe are being equipped with Continental tyres, making Continental one of the world’s leading tyre manufacturers.
Continental tires deliver exceptionally reliable braking, handling, performance and safety in all weather conditions with high cost effectiveness. Continental can offer the right tires for every application – from passenger cars to trucks, buses and construction site vehicles to industrial vehicles, bicycles and motorcycles.
Continental’s know-how in tyres is complemented by their technical expertise in many other areas which are directly linked to tyre performance. Continental is a leading supplier of brake systems, chassis components, vehicle electronics, tyres and technical elastomers. No other tyre manufacturer in the world has this level of expertise in-house, which is why Continental is the best choice for a pleasurable driving experience.
Continental consistently takes the top spots in independent tyre reviews that assess the performance of different tyre brands. Since 2007, Continental has topped over 80% of all independent tyre tests undertaken throughout Europe. Continental also won multiple ‘Tire Manufacturer of the Year’ awards, which recognizes their great products and contribution towards the advancement of tyre technology.
Continental is the premium tyre brand that delivers responsive braking in all weather conditions. Every tyre is developed in the world-leading braking test facility, with over 200 rubber compounds tested daily and over 700 million miles tested annually. This is why you can count on the braking performance of Continental tires when it matters most.
The choice of car manufacturers
Continental is the number one tyre choice for the world’s top car manufacturers, including BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Porsche, and Landrover. One in three new cars made in Europe is fitted with Continental tyres. To qualify as a ‘factory fit’, the selected tyre must have achieved the required levels of excellence set by the car manufacturer, passing over 100 stringent tests before becoming an integral part of the vehicle’s equipment. So if the manufacturer trusts Continental tyres, you can too.