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      The New Conti Eco Gen 5 Tire Line – Press Kit

      Welcome to the press website for the fifth generation Conti Eco Tire Line! Here you will find text, photo and video content about our new commercial vehicle tires, which combine sustainability and economy. But that's not all – press releases, expert interviews, current studies and whitepapers deal with the major challenges of the transport and logistics industry. You will explore how our tires, digital solutions and consulting services help fleets to save fuel and significantly reduce CO2 emissions. Because sustainability is becoming an increasingly important factor in both the OE and replacement business.

      Launch Event, Hanover, April 15th-17th, 2024

      Here you will get live photos of the launch event in Hanover and the pictures of all Continental experts on stage.

      Press Release

      New Conti Eco Gen 5 Tire Line for Trucks Combines Low Rolling Resistance with High Mileage

      Continental has presented the fifth-generation Conti Eco tire line for freight transportation. The new product is geared squarely to the needs of customers in the transport sector and a dynamic regulatory environment, which means it also meets all the requirements of the EU Taxonomy for fleets. The completely newly developed truck tires from Continental allow haulage companies to significantly reduce their fuel consumption and CO2 emissions in both regional and long-distance operations, and to cut costs. With the new generation of the Conti Eco, the tire manufacturer’s development experts were able to resolve the conflicting goals of optimized rolling resistance and high mileage. The tires are available now in many countries across the EMEA region – in Conti Eco HS 5 form for the tractor unit’s steer axle and Conti Eco HD 5 form for the drive axle.

      Read the press release

      Photos & Videos

      Study „Aftermarket 2030 – The Fleet Imperative”

      Sustainability is becoming an increasingly important investment factor in both the transportation sector and the commercial vehicle industry. This is the conclusion of the current study "Aftermarket 2030 - The Fleet Imperative" by the European Association of Automotive Suppliers CLEPA and the Boston Consulting Group. 

      Here you can download the complete report: "Aftermarket 2030 - The Fleet Imperative"