Yokahama develops improved anti-slip tires using nanoscale carbon

To enhance tire grip for sports cars, manufacturers have traditionally had to deliver products that sacrifice longevity, ride comfort, and noise. But Japanese engineers at Yokohama created a compound of silica, polymer, and nanoscale carbon materials in the company’s new Advan line of ultra-high per...

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