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July 3rd, 2007
Yokohama Tire Corp.'s new S.drive tire, which begins shipping this week, contains a silica-based compound featuring nanotechnology.
The tire "provides extraordinary grip and handling in sizes to fit the broad range of sport sedans and coupes like BMW 3-series, Honda Civic and the Ford Mustang," say Yokohama officials.
The tire can fit 15- to 20-inch wheels in sizes up to 285/30R20 99Y. Aspect ratios range from 30-series to 55-series.
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