Brabus Partners with Continental to Bring New Tires to Asia-Pacific

Continental Tire recently introduced the MaxContact MC7 tire specifically designed for the Asia-Pacific region (APAC). The tire was put to test in an endurance test while fitted on the Brabus 750 Bodo Buschmann Edition 1 of 25.

It showcased its capabilities by offering maximum steering precision and control. The test was carried out at the Contidrom circuit, Continental’s legendary test track in Germany.

The Brabus 750 was riding on a new set of 275/35R21 tires at the front and 315/30R21 at the rear. Originally, the vehicle rides on SportContact 7 Continental tires as original equipment. Both companies have worked together for more than a decade.

With the new MaxContact MC7, drivers can get the maximum driving experience every day. The tire performs exceptionally well on the Brabus 750, which is a tribute vehicle to the founder of Brabus, Bodo Buschmann. Continental Tire is happy to have paired the MaxContact with this vehicle to test its first APAC-dedicated tire.

The vehicle comes with a top speed of 315 km/h. Thanks to the tire’s unique macroblock structure, ReFlex compound design, and Sport+ technology, it’s able to offer a firm grip on the road, a wide contact area, and exceptional adaptability.

Continental also added laser-cut 3D sipes to improve braking behavior in rainy and wet conditions. Water is quickly drained away to reduce aquaplaning. The ReFlex compound also allows for shorter braking distances on both wet and dry surfaces.