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Davanti Tyres, the UK’s leading mid-range tyre brand, has expanded its all-season range
launching the Alltoura H/T 4-Seasons. Davanti’s first all-season passenger car tyre designed
with SUVs in mind is the latest addition to its impressive all-season range and boasts a unique
tread pattern, engineered to provide a perfect balance of performance, stability, and durability
for highway terrain SUVs.

Following an extensive testing and development programme at industry leading proving grounds
in summer and winter conditions, the Alltoura H/T 4-Seasons offers SUV motorists a fuel
efficient, safe, all-weather traction tyre.

Key features which allow the tyre to deliver leading performance, whilst balancing technical
attributes of both winter and summer tyres, creating an all-round strong cross-climate tyre

- A carefully considered tread block design to provide stability and durability for
heavier loads

- Deep longitudinal grooves and a large contact patch to provide excellent
performance and safety in wet weather conditions

- Solid outer-shoulder blocks to deliver a precise steering response

These engineering innovations and tread pattern allow the Alltoura H/T 4-Seasons tyres to
tackle snow and icy surfaces and also give superior grip on wet and dry surfaces with heavier
loads. The advanced silica compound delivers traction and longevity for year-round lasting
performance, providing an economical and practical SUV tyre, removing the need to change
between summer and winter tyres.

Davanti Tyres general manager Peter Cross said: “Expanding the all-season tyre range at the
start of 2023 is a great way to begin the year. The Alltoura H/T 4-Seasons sits alongside the
Alltoura 4-Seasons and Vantoura 4-Seasons meaning Davanti Tyres now offers high-performing
and economical all-weather solutions for commercial, passenger and SUV vehicles.
Also, thanks to the team’s incredible work to engineer a tyre with a tread pattern specifically for
SUVs and the ability to adapt to varying climate conditions, we have a tyre which is a leading
benchmark for all-season SUV tyres.”

Davanti’s Alltoura H/T 4-Seasons tyres have been stringently tested in summer conditions at the
Applus+ IDIADA Proving Ground in Spain, as well as comprehensive winter testing at Test
World in Finland. The tyres are also Three Peak Mountain Snowflake (3PMSF) certified, which
make them legally approved to be driven in countries with winter tyre legislation.
The Alltoura H/T 4-Seasons is now available in 16"-19" and joins Davanti Tyres’ range of
all-season tyres, the Alltoura 4-Seasons and Vantoura 4-Seasons. To learn more about the

Alltoura H/T 4-Seasons visit here.
For further information and images, contact Imogen Shaw or Sally Martin.
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Notes to Editors:
Davanti Tyres

Based in the North of England, Davanti Tyres was launched in 2015 to establish a new range of
tyres, designed and engineered in Britain, to the global marketplace. Now sold in more than 70
countries, Davanti Tyres’ product range includes the next generation ultra-high performance
Protoura Sport and Terratoura A/T, the all-terrain tyre that has been disrupting the off-road
market since 2019.

All Davanti tyres are designed in the UK by experienced industry experts, manufactured in a
state-of- the-art plant to exacting E-mark standards and tested at Europe’s leading proving
grounds, including Davanti’s new European Development Centre at Applus IDIADA in Spain.

For more information visit

IG: @Davanti_tyres

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