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ContiSportContact5 P

ContiSportContact5 P

ContiSportContact5 P - safe performance for sporty cars, giving maximum fun at the wheel.

ContiSeal™ Tyres

ContiSeal™ Tyres

A ContiSeal tyre differs from a non-ContiSeal tyre in that it has a sticky, viscous layer from shoulder to shoulder along the innerliner. This layer is an integral part of ContiSeal tyres...

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Cross Country Racing Success with General Grabber MT

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, 13 November 2014 - The General Grabber MT has proved its performance as one of the best heavy-duty mud-terrain 4x4 tyres on the South African market, but it can now also boast success in the adrenaline-fuelled cross country racing scene.

Continental named SA's top tyre brand at People's Wheels Awards

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, 17 November 2014 - Continental has been named South Africa's top replacement tyre choice in the 2015 Standard Bank People's Wheels Awards for the third year in a row.

A transformation in premium tyre fitment reaches South Africa

South Africans are about to experience a revolution in tyre fitment with the official launch of the global BestDrive brand locally.

Continental gets thumbs up from cycling media

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, 25 October 2014 - Given the long list of wins on Continental tyres by top cyclists in the various branches of cycle racing, it's no surprise that the marque's tyres regularly come out on top in comparison tests carried out by the cycling media.

Continental tests first car tyres with Taraxagum dandelion-rubber tread

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, 16 October 2014 - Continental, the world's leading international tyre manufacturer, has reached an important milestone in its research project for the industrialisation of dandelion rubber in tyre production.

2014 Berlin Marathon won in record time using Continental rubber technology

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, 1 October 2014 - Continental is best known for its industry-leading tyre and automotive products, but the company is setting new records in the world of athletics, too.

Continental - Developing Sustainability

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, 16 September 2014 - The topic of sustainability is high on the agenda for Continental, one of the world's leading manufacturers and suppliers of tyres and vehicle technologies.

Continental Tyre South Africa Appoints Two New Directors to its Board

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, 16 September 2014 Continental Tyre South Africa (CTSA), is pleased to announce the appointments of Fayruz Abrahams and Sivuyile Boqwana (Ne? Matama) as Directors to the CTSA board as of August 2014.

South Africans have enjoyed a long-standing love affair with bakkies – and in particular, with double cab versions of these versatile workhorses. No wonder then that the double cab bakkie segment is one of the most competitive in the local new vehicle market.
BMW’s X5 xDrive40d M Sport is more urban warrior than dirt buster, but this week, we take it out of its comfort zone on a 1 400 km round trip to a Free State game farm – and tackle gravel, rocks and along the way …
The latest Mercedes-Benz CLS has just been launched in SA, and we travel to the Southern Cape to take the newcomer for a spin. Back in a windy Johannesburg, we put the recently updated VW CrossPolo, now with 1.2 TSI engine power, through its paces.
The Mercedes-Benz GLA is the third model sharing the A-class platform, and surprisingly, it might be
the most convincing, even in entry-level GLA200 form. And talking of junior derivatives, the Jeep
Cherokee 2.4 Longitude isn’t exactly cheap, but it is the most affordable member of the Cherokee
line-up. We find out if it’s still worthy of the Jeep badge.
Does the new Renault Mégane GT have what it takes to challenge the class-leading VW Golf GTi? We take the two protagonists to the Midvaal Racing Circuit to find out. Then, swapping tar for the rough stuff, we put the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon through its off-road paces.
On RPM TV this week, we head for the Midvaal racetrack to put the latest Subaru WRX STi through its paces. Then, we find out if Mitsubishi is as good at building mini-hatchbacks as it is producing 4x4s as we take the ultracompact Mitsubishi Mirage for a spin.