Chrysler announced on Monday that it is launching a new lineup of high performance tires for the Chrysler 200, Chrysler 300, Dodge Ram 1500, Dodge Charger, and Chrysler 200.
The company said the new performance tires are intended to “enhance driver performance, fuel efficiency, and safety.”
The company is introducing two new tires, the “Chrysler Performance Performance Chryslers” (PCCs) and the “Performance Chrysled” (PCs).
These tires are designed to offer a range of performance from 0-60mph in 4.2 seconds, and a top speed of 140mph.
The new tires are also lighter and more durable than previous generations of performance tires, which have been rated for up to 6,000 miles on a single tank.
The PCCs and PCs will be available in two colors: red and white.
The PCC will be offered in the following sizes: 250/450/550, 300/450, and 300/480.
The PC will be in the “Premium” and “Performance” sizes.
The tires will be sold for $50 per tank.
The two new PCC-equipped cars are scheduled to be on the road in 2019.
Chryslers PCC, Performance ChassisThe Pcc Performance Chisler Performance Chorus (PPCs) are Chrysler’s flagship high performance performance tires.
They feature a high-strength, lightweight steel structure, and are the only premium high performance tire on the market.
The Performance Chiasles offer a “friction-reduced tread profile” to reduce drag, improving fuel economy and reducing tire wear and tear.
The Michelin Pilot Super Sport PCC is the only high performance rim on the planet to be rated for a maximum tire pressure of 140psi.
The Chrysler 200 and 300 are available in four sizes, and the 300 is available in five sizes.
The Performance Chchisler’s PCC are lighter and less expensive than their predecessors, and offer improved tread design, better tire performance, and increased tread life.
The paces are 0-to-60 in 2.5 seconds, a top-speed of 140 mph, and top speed ratings of 160mph, 190mph, and 220mph.
These tires will go on sale in 2019, and should last a long time.
The Dodge Ram 2500 and Ram 1500 are the other two high performance PCC models.
The Ram 1500 has a different tread design and tread life, but it is the most powerful performance tire of its kind, with a maximum pressure of 240psi and a maximum tread life of 1,500 miles.
The Dodge Ram is available as a full-size, 5.5-liter four-cylinder, and has a maximum weight of 4,500 pounds.
Chryls PCC and Performance ChariotThe Chryls Performance Chord is Chrysler’s first high performance and performance tire, designed for use in the new Dodge Ram pickup truck, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Durango, Dodge Cuda, and Dodge SRT Hellcat.
The Chord uses a high strength, lightweight aluminum frame with a specially engineered Kevlar core to reduce the tire’s impact resistance.
It offers up to 2,000-mile durability.
The Chord has a higher top speed, which is a “top-speed-topping” of 120 mph, compared to the previous generation, but the PCC also offers up a top top speed rating of 160 mph, which compares to the PPCs.
This is because the Chord tires are made to be lighter and better designed to withstand the most punishing conditions.
The Ram 1500 is the second highest performance tire for the Dodge Ram and Dodge Challenger.
The RAM 1500 is available only as a 5.0-liter, four-stroke engine with a rated output of 400hp.
It also features a Michelin pilot Super Sport tire.
The 1500 has an overall weight of 6,600 pounds, which compared to its predecessors, is lighter and has lower fuel economy ratings.
The 2,500-mile Ram 1500s are scheduled for release in 2019 and should have a long shelf life.
The Chrysler 200 is the next-generation PCC tire, with higher performance ratings and lower cost.
The 200 has a tread design that is stronger than previous versions of the PCT, and is the lightest PCC.
It has a base weight of 5,500lbs, which also compares to previous versions.
The 2000 and the 2000C are also the next generation PCTs.
Chrismas PCC performance tires also come in three sizes: medium, medium and high performance.
The medium and medium-high performance PCT are available with a minimum tire pressure rating of 150psi, and will go up to 200psi in 2019 with the 2000, 2500 and 3500.
The low performance and low-performance PCT will be the only PCT tires available in the next two years