1. A tire adapted to be mounted on a mounting rim of a wheel of a vehicle and having a predetermined direction of mounting

on the vehicle, wherein the tire comprises a tread having a rolling surface adapted to come into contact with a ground when

the tire is rolling on the ground, and a tread portion adapted to be worn off during the life of the tire, this tread portion

having a radial thickness T, wherein the tread, when unworn, has an outer edge and an inner edge, the outer edge being situated

on that side of the tire which, when the tire is mounted on the vehicle in said predetermined direction of mounting, faces

toward the outside of the vehicle, the inner edge being situated on that side of the tire which, when the tire is mounted

on the vehicle in said predetermined direction of mounting, faces toward the vehicle, the axial distance between the outer

edge and the inner edge defining the axial width L of the tread, the tread comprising, in any radial section:

a first portion made of at least one first rubber compound, wherein the first portion extends from a first axial boundary

position (B1) to a second axial boundary position (B2), the axial distance of said first axial boundary position from the inner edge being greater than or equal to 95% of the

of the axial width L of the tread,

a second portion axially adjacent to the first portion and made of at least one second rubber compound, wherein the second

portion extends from a third axial boundary position (B3) to a fourth axial boundary position (B4),

a third portion axially adjacent to the second portion and made of at least one third rubber compound, the third portion extending

from a fifth axial boundary position (B5) to a sixth axial boundary position (B6), wherein the axial distance between said sixth axial boundary position and the outer edge is greater than or equal to 80%

and smaller than or equal to 90% of the axial width L of the tread for DR=0.2·T, where DR is the radial distance from the

rolling surface of the unworn tread, and

a fourth portion axially adjacent to the third portion and made of at least one fourth rubber compound, the fourth portion

extending from a seventh axial boundary position (B7) to an eighth axial boundary position (B8), the axial distance of said eighth axial boundary position from the outer edge being greater than or equal to 95% of the

of the axial width L of the tread,

wherein said first, second, third and fourth portions each extend over the entire circumference of the tire and each have

an intersection with the rolling surface when the tire is new or, at the latest, when the tread wear has reached 10%,

wherein said at least one first rubber compound and said at least one third rubber compound contain at least one elastomer

and at least one reinforcing filler containing a carbon black, the carbon black representing a percentage PN1 greater than or equal to 50% and less than or equal to 100% of the weight of all of the reinforcing filler, and wherein said

at least one second rubber compound and said at least one fourth rubber compound contain at least one elastomer and at least

one reinforcing filler, possibly including a carbon black, the carbon black representing a percentage PN2 greater than or equal to 0% and less than or equal to 50% of the weight of all of the reinforcing filler,

wherein said at least one first rubber compound and said at least one third rubber compound have a value for tan ? at 0° C.,

at a stress of 0.7 MPa, that is lower than the tan ? of said at least one second rubber compound and said at least one fourth

rubber compound at the same temperature and stress conditions, and wherein at least one of the following conditions (C1) and

(C2) is met:

(C1) the first portion has, in any radial section, an axial width that decreases as a function of the radial distance DR from

the rolling surface of the unworn tread, the second axial boundary position varying as a function of the radial distance DR,

such that the axial distance between the second axial boundary position and the outer edge is greater than or equal to 20%

and smaller than or equal to 40% of the axial width L of the tread for DR=0.2·T, and greater than or equal to 10% and smaller

than or equal to 38% of the axial width L of the tread for DR=0.8·T, provided that the second axial boundary position for

DR=0.2·T is axially inside by at least 2% of the axial width L of the tread with respect to the second axial boundary position

for DR=0.8·T;

(C2) the second portion has, in any radial section, an axial width that increases as a function of the radial distance DR

from the rolling surface of the unworn tread, the fourth axial boundary position varying as a function of the radial distance

DR, such that the axial distance between the fourth axial boundary position and the outer edge is greater than or equal to

50% and smaller than or equal to 60% of the axial width L of the tread for DR=0.2·T, and greater than or equal to 52% and

smaller than or equal to 70% of the axial width L of the tread for DR=0.8·T, provided that the fourth axial boundary position

for DR=0.2·T is axially inside by at least 2% of the axial width L of the tread with respect to the fourth axial boundary

position for DR=0.8·T, wherein

said at least one first rubber compound and said at least one third rubber compound have a value for tan ? at 10° C., at a

stress of 0.7 MPa, that is higher than that of said at least one second rubber compound and said at least one fourth rubber

compound.