Dual compound construction puts a denser, more robust tread compound to the ground to cope with aggressive brake and throttle application while a softer compound increases grip at the tire's shoulder. Adaptive Casing Technology (ACT) matches these high levels of dry grip with communicative response from the carcass and sidewall at all angles of lean. The tire's groove ratio is less than 5%. Handling is predictable with little to no specific setup adaptations required.
Put simply, the Michelin's Power Cup Evo is a treaded version of Michelin's Power Slick Evo track-only slick.