Don’t feed, don’t puncture: Goodyear new tires have been successfully used in Tesla Model 3

No feeding tires do not need to be air, exempt from unexpected puncture risk, is considered a future trend of important accessories of the tire. In addition to Michelin, another round of fetal factories have this new tire technology.

不用打气、不会爆胎:固特异新型轮胎已成功使用于Tesla Model 3

In order to prove that the inflatable tire can fully withstand the weight and power output of the electric vehicle, Qi Qiqi will actually be installed on Tesla Model 3, prove that the air-free tire is safer while safer Practical.

不用打气、不会爆胎:固特异新型轮胎已成功使用于Tesla Model 3

According to overseas reports, Jiace Divine has previously been for the development of free gas tires to complete 160 kilometers of high-speed driving test. Now it is to further put the free gas-free tires on the model 3, for the control and acceleration, deceleration, etc. Operate driving situation for testing.

After multiple adjustments, MODEL 3, which is finally applied to the pneumatic tire, also completed the test at the highest speed of 89 km (55 miles).

不用打气、不会爆胎:固特异新型轮胎已成功使用于Tesla Model 3

Despite solidity, there is still a distance from commercial mass production, which is currently free of charge tires, but MODEL 3 installs dynamic measurement of air-free tires, which proves that the solid-free gas-free tire can not only respond to high-speed driving, but also provide general market. The dynamic manipulation of the vehicle needs.

不用打气、不会爆胎:固特异新型轮胎已成功使用于Tesla Model 3

Compared to the general tire, since the free gas tire does not support the air, it is supported by the material and the internal structure, so it is not gone, and it does not puncture the tire due to the outer object, and even avoids too high of tire pressure or Extramisted extraterointestinal wear caused by low low.

In addition, since the inflated tire can reduce the accidental damage to the tire before the end of the life, it is expected to reduce the consumption of the tire, and it also helps reduce the use of the tire material and the amount of carbon dioxide.