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Michelin Green Guide in India 2nd edition on Delhi, Agra and Jaipur

Delhi, Agra and Jaipur edition Michelin Green Guide in India follows the Chennai (Tamil Nadu) edition introduced in early 2013. Michelin Green Guide in India encourages travellers to explore the country. Cynthia Ochterbeck, Editorial Director of Michelin Travel Partner says, after launching the Green Guide to Chennai and Tamil Nadu, Michelin was keen to add another edition. Since art and architecture of the Mughal era is significant to the country’s heritage, Delhi, Agra and Jaipur golden triangle edition is apt, and includes an added perspective on sustainable tourism.

Edition two: Michelin Green Guide in IndiaMichelin’s core mission to enhance mobility gains impetus through its mobility assets such as the Green Guide. India offers a wide mix of travel destinations. Through its Michelin Green Guide in India Delhi, Agra and Jaipur edition, the company hopes to contribute its share to the rapidly evolving tourism market in India. Michelin Green Guide in India, Delhi, Agra and Jaipur encourages travellers to discover the Golden Triangle, which focus on sustainable tourism. Green Guide proposed itineraries include visits to Fatehpur Sikri, Jeep safaris for tiger spotting in Ranthambore National Park, Pushkar’s annual camel fair, and Taj Mahal. Michelin’s star-rating system for attractions, detailed maps and recommendations will help experience the best in the region. Sustainable tourism recommendations include trails at off-beat locations, visits to organic farms, bio-diversity protection, and other information.

Michelin will launch six new hypersport and track tyres in 2015. Michelin Power SuperMoto was developed in collaboration with riders having put in a winning performance at 2014 FIM SuperMoto World Championship. A new 16″ version and innovative rubber compounds improve tyre feedback, handling, grip and longevity.

Michelin Power Slick Ultimate quickens lap times and is derived from circuit tested tech advances. Michelin Power Cup Ultimate is the road legal treaded version of Power Slick Ultimate. Michelin Power Slick Evo features Adaptive Casing Technology (ACT) and uses versatile rubber compound taht does away with tyre choices related to weather and circuit conditions.

Michelin Power Cup Evo is the road legal treaded version of Power Slick Evo. Michelin Power SuperSportEvo is for both road and track use for wet and dry performance using new rubber compounds and ACT. With its impending return to MotoGP in 2016, the focus will be on 17″ wheel size. The tyre maker continues to further its motorsport prowess. 2014 season witnessed Spanish and Italian Speed Championship victories.

Earlier, the new Airbus A350-900 XWB aircraft was delivered to Qatar Airways being run on Michelin Air X tyres with Radial NZG tech. Xtra Wide Body commercial jet’s first ferry flight was scheduled from Toulouse (France) to Doha (Qatar) on 22th December 2014. Michelin worked with Airbus on this aircraft said Frank Moreau, Michelin Aircraft Tire Company’s President. Radial NZG tech has helped a new line of better performing, lower weight aircraft tires for A350 XWB aircraft. It delivers 30 pct more landings, betetr Foreign Objects Damage resistance to lower unscheduled maintenance, and increased tire load carrying capacity, compared to an equivalent radial nylon tire. Eight Radial NZG Technology Tires can carry same load as 9 standard radial tires.

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