- Jan 22, 2022
- Reaction score
- 2022 Taycan 4S
Strangely just about every car mag and tire site has, and they all conclude that below 45 degrees F, the winter tire offers better traction because it’s designed to remain flexible, whereas a summer tire does not.ever did some vbox timed braking, acceleration and slalom tests with both winter+summer tires, same dimensions on the same car at the same day with wet and/or ~5C ?
See the winter tire comments in this:
And my comment was also that you made a blanket generalization about ‘summer’ tire and temp range. A Cup2 is a summer tire. Do you think it has better grip in sub freezing temperatures than a winter tire? How about in the rain? Ever driven a car like that?