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Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S Acoustic

Michelin

Pilot Sport 4 S Acoustic

Designed for high performance and sports cars, the Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S Acoustic offers exceptional steering precision and directional stability while reducing interior road noise.

  • Optimum handling performance
  • Excellent wet grip and braking
Michelin Pilot Sport 4 Acoustic

Michelin

Pilot Sport 4 Acoustic

The Michelin Pilot Sport 4 Acoustic has been designed to deliver a seamless blend of enjoyable driving with reduced interior noise.

Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S

Michelin

Pilot Sport 4 S

Designed for high performance and sports cars, the Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S offers an unparalleled driving experience due to exceptional steering precision and directional stability.

  • Optimum handling performance
  • Optimised surface footprint
  • Excellent wet grip and braking
Michelin Pilot Sport 4

Michelin

Pilot Sport 4

The Michelin Pilot Sport 4 has been designed to deliver a seamless blend of enjoyable driving and top safety.

  • Evo Tyre Award Winner, 2017
  • Strong grip when cornering
  • Reliable & responsive braking
Sours: https://www.blackcircles.com/tyres/cars/tesla/model-3

How Tesla Tire Size Impacts Tesla Range

Originally published on EVANNEX.
By Denis Gurskiy, EV Bite

If you’re a Tesla owner, you might be wondering — does the size of a wheel really affect the range of an electric vehicle? The short answer is yes, but the degree by which it does might be negligible to some.

Tesla Model S special rims. By Kyle Field | CleanTechnica

All tires perform the same functions: helping (or hindering) vehicle acceleration, braking, steering/handling, and mitigating shocks and road noise. However, not all tires perform these functions equally, some are rated for higher speeds, others perform better in wet conditions. That said, it’s worth discussing the effects that different wheels have on vehicle efficiency and, in turn, range. The general term used to express this disparity in efficiency is rolling resistance.

Rolling resistance, simply put, is the force that impedes motion. The lower the rolling resistance, the higher the efficiency. Several factors cause rolling resistance, but a majority of these factors, such as road quality, are not within your control. However, one major factor that you can control is the wheel size.

 

Advice regarding wheel size is not as simple as saying that either larger-size or smaller-size wheels are best for every scenario. Both have advantages as well as disadvantages. For example, less power is needed to get a smaller wheel into motion. Therefore, in areas with stop-and-go traffic, it’s best to have a smaller-size wheel. When in motion, the vehicle’s motor works harder to cover as much distance as a large wheel. This means larger wheels have better efficiency than smaller wheels when in motion. Check out what happens (see below) when you try to configure the wheels on a Tesla Model X Performance variant.

Source: Tesla

When you go to select the larger 22-inch wheels instead of the other two wheel options (which are only 20 inches), Tesla informs you that your range will suffer as a result.

Although it was executed for an internal combustion vehicle, a revealing test was conducted back in 2010 by Car and Driver which demonstrated the effects of changing wheel size on a Volkswagen Golf. They tested nearly identical Goodyear Eagle GT tires (from 15 to 19 inches) and analyzed fuel economy variance. What they discovered was that the difference in fuel economy from 15-inch to 19-inch wheels was about 10%.

  • 19”: 21.1 MPG
  • 18”: 21.9 MPG
  • 17”: 22.8 MPG
  • 16”: 22.9 MPG
  • 15”: 23.3 MPG

Thankfully many new electric cars come with wheels that are typically around 18” — so there’s room for improvement in range. However, it’s likely most drivers would be willing to sacrifice some range so that their Model 3 isn’t running on 15-inch wheels. Additionally, less grip was found on smaller tires, so moving down in tire size is not a simple decision based solely in range — there are other consequences that will impact other aspects of driving.

Looking at Tesla in particular, Troy over at Teslike created a handy table that actually tackles this problem. While literal range tests weren’t performed with every configuration of model and wheel, it was created with several known range calculations and data extrapolated from EPA test results in order to provide a better understanding of what kind of impact different wheels would have on range. The table does seem to align with Car and Driver‘s findings and what Tesla warns when selecting larger wheels.

Source: Teslike

While the table only has Model 3 stats, Troy also created tables for the Model S and X on his site. As an aside, you can also see what kind of effect the aero “hubcap” wheels have on the range. It turns out that these aero wheels only increase range by about 3–4%. Similar results can also be found on a new wheel option that’s coming to market soon.

Moving on, there are several tire and wheel packages available from many solid brands. The question is: how can you be sure you’re getting the wheel and tire package that will help your electric car perform at its best? Check out this 4 step guide to ensure you get the best wheel and tire package:

  1. Know what vehicle you drive: Seems simple enough, identify the precise make, model, and year of your car.
  2. Choose what wheel you want: Next, choose the wheel that’s best for your vehicle. Know that you do not need to size down if the 5–10% gain in range isn’t a priority for you. If you are going big, make sure you’re not going so big that you risk making contact with your fenders.
  3. Narrow your result: You’re likely going to find several wheel patterns and tire types that are compatible with your vehicle. Narrow down your option to the patterns that are most applicable to your driving environment, such as all-weather or summer tires. Some tires are also designed for high performance (i.e. Michelin Pilot Super Sports), so if you want the very best driving experience possible, take that into consideration as well.
  4. Select your custom package: The next step is to select an appealing aesthetic (and price) from the options available. Some sellers may offer other forms of incentives, such as high-speed balancing, security lugs, and locks, etc.

So, yes, at the end of the day, the size of your wheel does affect your driving range. But as the EPA states, other key factors impact the efficiency of your car — e.g., aggressive driving patterns with a penchant for high speeds. So, when it comes to range, perhaps it’s best to make big changes to your personal driving style rather than small changes in wheel size. After all, safe driving can prevent danger and improve range.

 

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Run On Flat Please note: Your vehicle is eligible for Run On Flat tires. With these, you can drive up to 50 mi. on a deflating or deflated tire at a top speed of 50 mph.

Speed Rating

Tire speed rating tells you the maximum service speed for a tire. A speed rating isn't, however, a recommendation to exceed speed limits, and doesn't indicate how well a tire handles or corners.
We recommend that you choose new tires with a speed rating at least equal to your old tires. For example, if the recommended speed rating is a V, it's suggested that you replace it with a V, W, Y, or Z. If you mix tires with different speed ratings, be sure to observe the lowest speed rating.

P93
Q99
R106
S112
T118
U124
H130
V149
Above 149ZR

(Without Service Description)
Recommended Speed Rating
W*168
Y*186ZR
(Y)**Above 186


* W- and Y-speed ratings are subcategories of the Z-speed rating.
** Per the TR&A 2007 yearbook, for tires having a maximum speed capability above 240 km/h (149 mph), a ZR may appear in the size designation. For tires having a maximum speed capacity above 300 km/h (186 mph), a ZR must appear in the size designation and a service description, including the Y speed symbol, must be included in brackets.

Load Index

Tire load index is an assigned number that corresponds to the maximum weight that a tire can support when properly inflated.
Most passenger-car tire load indexes range from 75 to 100, but some are higher. The chart shows how load indexes translate to weight.

Load IndexLoad (lbs)pounds
75853
76882
77908
78937
79963
80992
811019
821047
831074
841102
851135
861168
871201
881235
Load IndexLoad (lbs)pounds
891279
901323
911356
921389
931433
941477
951521
961565
971609
981653
991709
1001764
1011819
1021874
Load IndexLoad (lbs)pounds
1031929
1041984
1052039
1062094
1072149
1082205
1092271
1102337
1112403
1122469
1132535
1142601
1152679
1162756
Load IndexLoad (lbs)pounds
1172833
1182910
1192998
1203087
1213197
1223307
1233417
1243527
1253638
1263748
1273858
1283968
1294079
1304190

Sidewall

Not all sidewalls are built the same. Check out the different types of sidewall styles that we offer below.

A black sidewall with black lettering.

black tire sidewall showing goodyear logo

White bands on the sidewall vary in width.

tire sidewall showing whitewall design feature

Letters on the sidewall are outlined in white.

tire sidewall showing white outlined letters of Goodyear logo
Sours: https://www.goodyearautoservice.com/en-US/tires/search/2021_Tesla_Model-3_Long-Range_174458
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WHEEL & TIRE GUIDE

21" TURBINE

Available as Tesla's suggested upgrade for all "Performance" Model S vehicles in either a Silver or Metallic Grey finish, the 21" Turbine is probably the most well-known wheel option for the Tesla Model S.

Normally offered as a "staggered" configuration, with a wider rear wheel / tire, during 2015, Tesla briefly offered a "square" configuration, with all 4 wheels utilizing the 21x8.5" wheel before returning to the original staggered offering.

Size + Offset 21x8.5" +40 (FRONT + REAR)
21x9.0" +40 (REAR)
Bolt Pattern 5x120
Center Bore 64.1mm
Weight (per wheel) 8.5" Width: 29.8lbs (15.97kg)
9.0" Width: 38lbs (17.25kg)
Additional Cost Option?Yes - $4500.00 USD additional when ordering a Model S. Alternatively, could be purchased as a wheel / tire package from Tesla's online store for $6000.00 USD
Included TireSummer Performance:
Continental
Contisportcontact 5P -
245/35ZR21 96Y XL (FRONT) (Overall Diameter: 27.8")
265/35ZR21 101Y XL (REAR) (Overall Diameter: 28.3")
Summer Performance:
Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 -
245/35ZR21 96Y XL (FRONT) (Overall Diameter: 27.8")
265/35ZR21 101Y XL (REAR) (Overall Diameter: 28.3")
Sours: https://unpluggedperformance.com/tesla-wheel-and-tire-guide/

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