CROSSCONTACT LX20 Tires by Continental®. Season: All Season. Type: Truck / SUV, Fuel Efficient. Sidewall Style: Outlined White Lettering. This is the premium SUV, Crossover and Light Truck all season tire with excellent wet braking, long wear & enhanced fuel efficiency. Smooth Response Technology features continuous ribs that provide smooth rolling surfaces for improved comfort and reduced noise, while reinforcing the shoulders for improved handling response. Traction Grooves provide gripping teeth inside the groove that lock snow for improved snow grip. EcoPlus Technology reduces rolling resistance with Tg-F polymers, providing improved fuel efficiency and lower CO2 emissions.
- Excellent wet braking and long wear.
- Improved snow performance.
- Enhanced fuel efficiency.
- Reduced noise, comfortable ride and crisp handling response.
Car safety starts with the car's tires. The demands placed on them are enormous since one meter of braking distance can make a crucial difference. After all, the car's full braking force is transmitted to the road solely via four postcard-size contact patches. Continental passenger and light truck tires provide superb vehicle-road contact in all types of weather. Requirements for tires may vary, but one thing always holds true: nothing is more important than safety. By constantly decreasing rolling resistance, a steady reduction in CO2 is achieved. The Passenger and Light Truck Tires division develops and manufactures passenger and light truck tires for compact, medium-size and full-size cars as well as tires for SUVs, vans, light trucks and RVs.
Continental was founded in Hanover in 1871 as the stock corporation "Continental-Caoutchouc- und Gutta-Percha Compagnie". The company's 50th anniversary sees Continental as the first German company to bring cord tire onto the market. The stiff linen square-woven fabric is thus replaced by the more pliable cord fiber fabric. The first giant pneumatic tires are made by Continental and replace the solid tires used until that time on commercial vehicles. Manufacturing at the main factory in Hanover included soft rubber products, rubberized fabrics, and solid tires for carriages and bicycles. The Passenger and Light Truck Tires division has production facilities at 54 locations in 35 countries and a workforce of 31,153. It generated sales of €7.0 billion in 2011. Today, Continental ranks among the top 5 automotive suppliers worldwide and holds the number 2 spot in Europe.