Revolution is the blog of YHI (New Zealand) Ltd, New Zealand's leading distributor of automotive products.
The ST III is available in 295/35R21, 275/40R22 and 285/35R22.
Nankang Tyre has launched two new free apps on Google Play and the App Store, giving users the chance to race or make the Taiwan manufacturer’s tyres.
Learn more about the Toyo M55F.
For the second year in a row, Italian tyre maker Pirelli has earned a place in the Climate A list prepared by the CDP (former Carbon Disclosure Project).
Pirelli has announced it is supplying three specially developed tyres for the new Aston Martin DBX SUV.
The recent Waimumu Field Days gave Southern Farmers and alike the chance to learn more about the CEAT Speciality brand and their extensive agri-radial tyre range.
Toyo Tires sets up an impressive display at Leadfoot Festival 2020
Andrew Redward winning the North vs. South Drift Battle at Waimate 2019
Pirelli has opened a new P Zero World store in Melbourne, Australia.
YHI Energy Sales Operations & Project Manager, Jasmine Roxborough's new electric vehicle takes YHI a step closer to our commitment to a more sustainable fleet.
Images from a recent photoshoot of a new 2019 Toyota Hilux fitted with Mamba Tomahawk wheels in a matt black finish and Achilles Radial Desert Hawk A/T 2 tyres.
Take a look at this Mazda BT50 wearing Advanti Racing Hurricanes paired with the ever-popular Toyo Open Country A/TIIs!
6 self-described "Cavemen" are determined to rack up some dollars towards fighting cancer in New Zealand
Crush any terrain with the Toyo Open Country A/TIIs
June 1st saw the release of the all new 2019 Mazda 3 and YHI created a wheel and tyre package for John Andrew Mazda to enhance the hatch's sleek new look!
Check out this Ford Ranger on Grid GD05s wrapped in Toyo Open Country A/TIIs!
Pirelli has produced a digital graphic novel to tell the story of company’s 147 year history that is characterized by technology and innovation, corporate culture and communication.
On-road comfort meets off-road reliability.
In April this year, Kiwi drift phenom Mad Mike Whiddett announced a partnership with Italian supercar manufacturer Lamborghini.