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    Welcome to our Superior Cars Tyre information page about Dunlop tyres.For Dunlop, it is self-evident to produce a Dunlop tyre that gives the driver the feeling of having control over his/her vehicle. The company is constantly working to develop a tyre that makes handling a vehicle much easier, is resistant and improves the traction of the vehicle. Dunlop is always striving to produce an even better product that increases the driving experience and performance. The company shares the passion for driving with its customers, so Dunlop Tyres also has a sense of what the customers want. For this reason Dunlop offers tyres for all seasons, weather conditions and personal preferences, no matter what kind of vehicle you drive and what driving experience you want.


    The long history of Dunlop begins in 1888 when a doctor ordered John Boyd Dunlop's son to ride a bicycle against a cold. To make it easier for his boy to ride a bike, John Boyd Dunlop Senior came up with the idea of producing tyres made of canvas, which were bonded with liquid rubber. John Boyd Dunlop has patented his idea and Dunlop was born and the "Airbreeze" was born. This was the beginning of a company that built on innovation and new ideas. Dunlop is committed to looking ahead and finding ways to make the company's products even better. So we have to thank a little boy that nowadays there is a Dunlop tyre and its innovative technology. Now Dunlop is one of the world's leading manufacturers of high-performance tyres and also the sponsor of several race competitions.

    Dunlop is part of The Goodyear Tyre & Rubber Company, a company that produces almost 200 million tyres (!) annually. Headquartered in Akron, Ohio, the company employs approximately 72,000 people at various locations around the world. In Europe, Dunlop has three tyre factories located in Germany, Great Britain and France. Dunlop produces tyres for passenger cars, motorcycles, 4-wheel drive vehicles, go-karts and trucks. These tyres are characterized by the innovative spirit and the breakthrough technology of Dunlop. Dunlop is involved in global activities in manufacturing the tyres, while at the same time recognizing and respecting the different market conditions. The company's progress in tyre technology is aimed at producing a better tyre. This concerns both the ground adhesion and the steering of the vehicle. In its tire manufacturing, Dunlop & a. The so-called "Versaload Technology ™", which maximizes tyre adhesion when in contact with the road. The "DuPont ™ Kevlar ™" technology is also used. This gives the tyre a stiffer carcass, which in turn ensures safe and precise driving. In addition, the "Dunlop Self-Supporting Technology (DSST) ®" with a tyre that has lost its air pressure, can still drive up to 80 km / h. The above technologies are just a few examples of the technologies that Dunlop uses to produce the best possible tire. These also have a positive effect on the driving experience. Thanks to the collaboration of Goodyear and Dunlop, Dunlop has access to all the technologies and innovations that are developed around the world. These findings can then be applied in tire manufacturing to create a tyre of the highest quality and with the best possible driving experience.

    Dunlop is closely linked to racing culture. The company has been working with Jaguar for a long time. Today Dunlop is the only tyre supplier for Jaguar. Already in its early history, the company's success in various racing events. The first to spot the advantage of Dunlop's groundbreaking tyre is the cyclist Willie Hume. He began to use the car in the early 1960s. The innovative tyre technologies from Dunlop go hand in hand with the two and four-wheeled motorsports and have a good reputation among all those who have to do with these sports. Together with his partner Jaguar, Dunlop has also enjoyed great success in Formula One since the 1950s. In 1962, Dunlop found out why cars are losing ground on wet ground. It was aquaplaning. The company immediately began to find a solution to the problem. During the 60s, 70s and 80s, Dunlop was still a great success in Formula One, a. In 1968 the very first London Sydney marathon. In the 1990s, Warnair was developed, a sensor in the tire that recognizes the removal of the air pressure. In 1999, Dunlop became part of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company. The merger was a successful combination of knowledge about racing and goodyear's ability to reach world-wide technology resources. In the first decade of the 21st century Dunlop developed its tyres and its performance with innovative solutions and technologies. Whatever type of vehicle you wish to hire, Dunlop offers a variety of options. The right tyre for you depends on your desired driving experience and how you want to use your vehicle.

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