Apollo tyres is a well- known tyre manufacturing company that has been first established in 1973. The corporate headquarters is located in Gurgaon, India and within few years, the company has risen to a prominent position in the global automobile markets. At the moment, the company has two tyre manufacturing units, one is located in India and another unit is located in the Netherlands.
The company has already made plans to start a new unit in Hungary with an investment of € 475 million. Currently, the company owns five brands which are globally popular - Apollo Kaizen, Maloya, Regal and Vredestein and the products are being exported to about 100 countries all over the world. The company produces various types of tyre for different vehicles such as passenger cars, trucks and buses, industrial and commercial vehicles and many more. On 31st of March, which is the end of their financial year, it has been reported that the company had a turnover of US $ 2.08 billion with a 1600 employees working all over the world. Apollo Amazer 3G Maxx is a summer tyre that is specially designed for SUV/ 4x4.
Apollo Amazer 3G Maxx tyre consists of an asymmetrical tread pattern which maintains the balance on the road and a well- designed stiff sidewalls that prevent the car from any additional roll over while cornering. The circumferential grooves of the tyre allow the water to disperse quickly and smoothly, therefore, preventing the vehicle from causing any hydroplaning. The tyre consists of a rugged block on its outer shoulder along with Z- shaped slips that enable the vehicle to maneuver on dry roads. The wide tread pattern and the soft rubber compound enable the tyre to have a better grip. It is resistant to all sorts of tread cuts, punctures and other damages. The tyre performs well at high speeds without causing any sort of distortion.
Apollo Amazer 3G Maxx tyre is available in many sizes which include:
• Apollo Amazer 3G Maxx 195/65 R 15 91 T – The tyre with a mileage of one- hundred and ninety kilometre per hour gaining a speed rating of T and some of them have a mileage of one- hundred and eighty kilometre per hour gaining a speed rating of S. It has a low rolling resistance resulting in low fuel consumption. It performs well at high speeds in both wet and dry road conditions without causing any sort of distortion. Apollo tyres comply with the rules and regulations of the European Union and also carries a label of the European Union.