Apollo Alnac 4G tyres were chosen as the OE fitment for the next
generation Baleno from Maruti Suzuki. Apollo Tyres, the leading tyre maker, would be the
suppliers in the domestic market to Maruti Suzuki for the new Baleno, which would come
fitted with Apollo Alnac 4Gs in two sizes, 195/55 R16 and 185/65 R15.
Apollo Alnac 4G, since its launch in 2013, has gained rapid acceptance from multiple OEMs
and the replacement market customers. Along with being the most preferred choice for
passenger vehicle OEMs, as per internal estimates, it is now the highest selling tyre in the
entire passenger vehicle segment in India. Apollo Alnac 4G tyres have been customised to
meet the low rolling resistance, increased durability and enhanced riding comfort
requirements for the new Baleno.
Commenting on this new OE fitment, Satish Sharma, President, Asia Pacific, Middle East and
Africa (APMEA), Apollo Tyres Ltd said “Our focused approach towards upgrading our
product technology to meet evolving customer requirements has helped us win several
customers. Alnac 4G, as a product brand, has multiple approvals from OEMs spanning
premium hatchbacks, sedans and compact SUVs.”
Apollo Alnac 4G tyres has a unique mix of compound which ensures maximum traction and
shorter braking distances on wet and dry surfaces. These tyres with a modern and sporty
tread pattern, easily and precisely responds to any unexpected steering corrections,
providing maximum driving safety. They have been extensively tested at leading global test
tracks such as IDIADA, Spain and ATP Papenburg, Germany, demonstrating excellent results.
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