Derived from Pirelli’s legendary P Zero performance tires, the Scorpion Zero is a Street/Sport Truck All-Season tire for sport utility vehicles and pickup trucks. The Scorpion Zero was designed to provide year round traction and handling for drivers who operate their light truck vehicles primarily on-road in various weather conditions, including very occasional light snow.

Depending on tire size, the Scorpion Zero radial’s tread compound is molded into a single Z or double Z (two rows of Z-shaped tread blocks situated side-by-side) intermediate tread blocks to provide responsive steering, along with enhanced cornering and braking capability. Lateral grooves and wide circumferential grooves provide water evacuation to resist hydroplaning and enhance wet weather traction. Pirelli Scorpion Zero tires combine high-speed precision with low noise levels.


  1. So this tire is a size too big for my 2008 Cayenne GTS but it installed anyway. It fit. Have been driving on it for over 50k miles. On tire rack looking for another set. So thought I’d ride a review.

  2. My LR4 was outfitted with these tires and they are as bad as everyone says when it comes to tire wear. Almost all of my miles have been driven on the highway and they truck is never driven in a manner that would cause excessive tire wear. I understand that the vehicle is heavy and by its very nature will inflict wear, but this is really bad. I am wearing the wear indicators. I have rotated all 5 tires and have even wear, but will change them all out by 30,000 miles or before. Under normal driving conditions i would expect these tire to last about 15,000 miles. They are a little noisy for what they are, but i have my entire vehicle done in Hushmat so it is not an issue. The overall performance, especially in the rain, is good. I will try something new when I change these out.

  3. Only lasted 21,000 and I treated them like a baby. Balanced and aligned multiple times. I am going to find the serial number or lot number and ask a Rep…..what happened? These were on a Volvo XC70

  4. These are the OEM set of tires and after only 16,800 miles they are down to 3/32 to 5/32 of tread. The 5/32 on one of the tires is being generous. Would highly advise you stay away from these crappy tires unless you want to drop $1,000.00/every 17K miles.

  5. My truck came with Continental Contact and I replaced at 27,435 miles in Dec 2015 only because I wanted a fresh tread for winter. The Perelli Scorpion Zero is a tire I previously had a good experience with on a Volvo XC 90. Fast forward, I am at 4mm on the tread indicator at 17,000 miles. So, while I have provided good ratings on handling, treadlife is poor. I’m putting the Continental’s back on as I write.

  6. First things first – I think this tire is amazing for what it was designed for; city/highway driving. If that is all you are expecting to do I would highly recommend purchasing this for your vehicle.Next – If your driving habits reflect any similarities to my style of driving (mostly city/highway, daily driver, weekend warrior chasing forest service roads) I would recommend looking for an alternative. I only say this because my tires have been surprisingly chewed up on the forest service roads in the short amount of time I have owned them.I know this isn’t an AT tire and that I am pushing the limits of what this tire is designed for, but for the cost and the light driving on gravel roads i was a bit disappointed to see chewed up rubber with small cuts and missing pieces.This review is for those who get out on the weekends and like to drive/camp/adventure with their family. If you are urban based and stay on the pavement – got for it, you will not be disappointed.

  7. OEM tires on the LR4. Treadwear is bad. 15k miles and will be on the wear bars soon. Rotated every 6k. One tire has had an internal failure. A large knot is visible on the sidewall. One and Done experience with Pirelli! Stay away!


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