Pirelli Tyre is the world's fifth largest operator in terms of turnover on the tyre market, with levels of profitability among the highest in the sector. In 2005, the activities today under the aegis of Pirelli Tyre generated revenues of around 3.63 billion Euros, with a growth of almost 12% with respect to the previous year.
Pirelli Tyre is today the operational holding company for a group involved in the design, development, production and marketing of tyres destined for various types of vehicle: cars, light vehicles and motorcycles (Consumer sector, 70% of revenue), buses, trucks, agricultural and earth moving machinery, and the production and marketing of steelcord (Industrial segment, 30% of revenue). Within this market, Pirelli Tyre focuses in particular on the high-end segments characterised by elevated techno-logical contents and high performance. These are segments in which Pirelli has established itself in positions of leadership with regard to both its car and motorcycle tyres: Pirelli tyres are today seen as synonymous with quality, emotion and ultimate performance.
Drawing on its technological expertise, the group has consolidated working relationships with the world's leading car and motorcycle manufacturers; partnerships that have translated into a number of homologations for models from all the leading automotive firms
- 6 Feb 2013
- Pirelli annouces AMCA support for 2013
- 17 Jan 2013
- Pirelli 2013
- With the introduction of the new Diablo Supercorsa V2 (SC1 & 2 compound options) and Supercorsa SP V2 Pirelli continue to forge a path forward in the hypersport market.
- 20 Oct 2011
- PIRELLI REFLECT ON OFF ROAD SUCCESS AND RED BULL PRO NATIONAL INVOLVEMENT
- It’s been another fantastic year for Pirelli in World and British Motocross as the company celebrated title successes, continued their involvement with the exciting Red Bull Pro National Championship and introduced new tyres into the series.
- 10 Oct 2011
- TOMMY HILL VICTORIOUS IN CLOSEST EVER BRITISH SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP!
- Long time Pirelli rider Tommy Hill fulfilled his dream of becoming British Superbike Champion by an incredible 0.006 seconds and two points from ex GP star John ‘Hopper’ Hopkins at Brands Hatch today. In testament to the closeness in racing and regulations, the prestigious title went down to the last corner of the last lap of the final race of the season!