The European presentation of a luxury limousine Aurus Senat L700, equipped with tyres of KAMA TYRES, was held at the 89th Geneva International Motor Show.
The passenger car tyre model, developed for Aurus Senat Limousine L700, has a unique design with an all- metal carcas. Kama Scientific and Technical Centre has developed and designed this model on the basis of all-steel KAMA truck tyre technologies.
Special composition of rubber compounds and tread pattern design as well as an all-steel structure of the carcass and breaker provide its increased durability and extra load, high quality and reliability. The load index of this tyre is about 1,900 kg whereas an ordinary passenger tyre index is only 1,200-1,250 kg. The speed index of the tyre is 190 km/h.
“The tyre for Aurus Senat L700 is a high-tech and high-quality product of KAMA TYRES with unique performance characteristics. Although this is a passenger car tyre, it is comparable with truck all-steel KAMA tyre models for the performance: high durability; extra load; a wide temperature range,” said Andrey Bouton, Chief Marketing Officer at Kama Trading House.
It is worth noting that from February 15, 2019 limousine Aurus Senat Limousine L700 and sedan Aurus Senat S600 can be pre-ordered in official trading partners of AURUS Ltd. in Russia. The new Russian luxury cars of Aurus brand are planned to be put in full production in the Republic of Tatarstan in 2020.
“At this stage to boost sales is very important for Aurus. The future of the brand is promising, so attracting official commercial partners in Russia and abroad, and, in general, bringing Aurus cars to international markets are in priority,” said Denis Manturov, Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.
New Russian luxury cars of Aurus brand are developed by Central scientific research automobile and automotive engine institute "NAMI" on the basis of the unified modular platform. Aurus Senat Limousine L700 was presented firstly at the inauguration of the President of the Russian Federation in May 2018 (the project "Cortege").