Tuball is the only material able to increase every performance criterion of a tire: Range, wet grip, and longevity.
During the engineering process, Tuball, which is one-billionth of a meter long, is fused with the rubber to easily merge the two materials and build the structural compound of the tire.
To determine the ideal mix of materials, our testing process happens in three distinct phases:
During the first session, we test several tire designs, different compounds, and different structural skeletons made of fibers. Among the panel of prototypes, only the optimal parameters are selected to move to the next phase.
During the second batch of tests, we fine-tune the weight. While decreasing the weight of the tire, we need to make sure that its performance is still world-class.
The final testing phase focuses on putting the tires under extreme pressure to confirm their final perfomance in terms of wet grip, longevity, and durability.