Tesla Model 3 Performance Tyres

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Tyre Reviewed Dry Grip Wet Grip Feedback Handling Wear Comfort
Hankook iON Evo AS (1) 80% 90% 80% 80% 100% 100%
Nokian Snowproof P (6) 93% 92% 85% 90% 77% 78%
Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S (128) 93% 88% 86% 87% 82% 86%
Bridgestone Potenza Sport (84) 93% 88% 90% 92% 64% 74%
BFGoodrich g Grip All Season 2 (6) 68% 70% 77% 75% 96% 88%
Kumho WinterCraft WP72 (2) 75% 85% 75% 80% 60% 85%
Pirelli P Zero PZ4 (55) 89% 80% 85% 82% 63% 72%
Yokohama Advan Sport V107 (8) 90% 81% 86% 91% 49% 73%
Goodyear Eagle Exhilarate (9) 88% 80% 78% 83% 77% 76%
Pirelli P Zero (155) 84% 69% 75% 72% 58% 64%
Accelera PHI (156) 68% 44% 53% 52% 66% 58%

Tesla Model 3 Performance Tyre Review Highlights

Writing about the Hankook iON Evo AS given 90% (235-45-18-)
Driving on mostly country roads for 1021 easy going miles
I have the Hankook iON EVO AS 235/45/18 tires on my 2022 Tesla Model 3 Performance with 18x8.5 T Sportline TS5 wheels.

The tires are XL tires with 600 Treadwear rating, A Traction rating, A Temperature rating, and W speed rating. They also have a 50k mile warranty. Finally, they weigh about 23.4 lbs according to my bathroom scale.

The efficiency is just incredible with them. I have done controlled efficiency testing around a 25 mile loop with the same weather conditions, battery temp, and battery SOC. The Hankook iON EVO AS tires were 18% more efficient than the original 235/35/20 Pirelli PZ4 tires that came on the car.

They were also 10% more efficient than the 235/45/18 Michelin PS4S tires I had on the same wheels. However, those tires had about 7,000 miles of wear on them. These Hankook tires were brand new with 10mm of tread depth.

I averaged 207 wh/mi over a 223 mile trip at a 61 mph GPS measured average speed with these Hankook tires in a Model 3 Performance. That would give me about 381 miles of real world range.

I definitely want to see Tyrereviews test these tires especially for efficiency. The range increase I am getting is just unbelievable with these tires. They are less than $200 per tire at Walmart here in the states. That is actually a reasonable price.
tyre reviewed on 2023-11-02 13:59:59
Writing about the Yokohama Advan Sport V107 given 97% (235-40-19-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 10000 miles
yokohama advan v107 It is also very good when used on electric vehicles. The large block design of v107 makes me feel confident when driving. The design of the four overlapping grooves and the through-type pattern makes the water drainage quite good. The design of the moderate hardness of the tire wall makes me feel confident It is a very good product and will continue to use it in the future.
tyre reviewed on 2023-01-10 11:33:29
Writing about the Bridgestone Potenza Sport given 70% (245-35-20-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 10000 spirited miles
OK, I bought this tyre because it was fairly well priced here in Aus compared to the PS4s/SportContact6/PZ4 and they seem to have reviewed quiet well. 100% the tyre for the person who wants grip and wants the feeling of I can go around corners and just mash the throttle. Loads of grip in the wet and dry. I also felt it had good feedback through the steering wheel too. I've taken these tyres up to the mountains etc and they performed well. Thats where the good stuff ends. Although they had loads of grip and a great value I only got 15,000Kms from them. If it was a weekend car I would fit these tyres for sure 100% all the time. But being a daily and the High amount of kms I do per year its simply not worth the hassle getting them replaced every 15k kms. I came from OEM PZ4 and they lasted 38k kms... these Bridgestone were not half the price. so back to the PZ4 im going.
tyre reviewed on 2022-07-30 10:09:31
Writing about the Pirelli P Zero given NAN% (235-35-20-)
Driving on track for 6000 average miles
I had a blowout with this tyre on my new Tesla model 3 after 6000 miles. For me no Pirelli Zero ever more.
tyre reviewed on 2022-05-11 18:02:24
Writing about the Bridgestone Potenza Sport given 80% (235-35-20-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 10000 average miles
I had already reviewed this tyres in my early mileage and now im going to do my second review about them. After almost 15.000km i can say that they are really noisy compared to my previews Michelin Pilot Sport 4S. Although they are better at weat roads and you will feel the difference. I´m doing this second review because i have an important point that i need to mention: If you have an electric car you will notice a huge increase at your consumptions. My normal consumption(with the PS4S) was 202wh/km and now i´m having 230wh/km with the same drive behavior. Thats more 3kwh per 100km. (its like having a heater working all the time). The tyres are amazing but choose ones with less rolling resistance if you have an electric vehicle. Regards
tyre reviewed on 2022-03-30 14:36:36
Writing about the Nokian Snowproof P given 68% (245-35-20-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 6200 average miles
The main reason to buy Nokian is definitively the Cost-Quality ratio, almost unbeatable. That being said, I found the tyre very noise, and with a resonance issue between 126 and 129 km/h where they they start to rumble and they become very noisy. But at least the steering wheels does not vibrate. This is a design issue. On the snow and Ice, are not the best for sure, but they are safe enough and I never got stuck (I live in the Swiss Alps).
tyre reviewed on 2022-02-09 15:32:33
Writing about the Kumho WinterCraft WP72 given 83% (225-45-17-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 40000 spirited miles
Got stuck in a snow storm driving from Texas to Michigan shortly after buying my Tesla Model 3 Performance with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. These summer tires were absolutely terrifying in the snow so I was determined to purchase some snow tires being a Michigan Native. After looking around most of the options in the car's size were extremely expensive ~$1500+ but I only planned to use the tires for winter driving so I was looking for something easier on the budget. I ended up purchasing these Kumho WinterCraft WP72 tires in a staggered set 225/40R19 (front) 265/35R19 (rear). After about 40k miles on these tires with a mix of winter and summer driving I have just hit the end of life on the rear tires, front have about 1/3 treadlife left. For a winter tire this is excellent, I do however wish I had been able to avoid the staggered wheel set that I settled on at the time for the winter tires. The car was extremely capable in Winter, and while I will say the tires were not as sticky in the summer as the Michelin 4S tires (which are actually quite good in most conditions above freezing temperature) I had no issues driving in a 'sporty' manner in any season with these winter tires. All around, excellent tires, and I put my money where my review is by buying another set now that these have reached the end of their life.
tyre reviewed on 2022-02-07 06:20:55
Writing about the Pirelli P Zero PZ4 given 42% (235-35-20-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 1000 average miles
These replaced a set of Michelin Pilot Sport 4S with 25k miles heading towards the wear limit. Despite being new, they feel far less secure than the tyres they replaced. Understeer at roundabouts, sudden grip loss mid-corner (both ends at the same time, so at least that was balanced). Always feel insecure when it's damp. I'll grant that it's winter and they're a summer tyre, but all season tyres aren't an option for company car drivers in the UK and it's not that cold. It's the fact that they're so much worse than the Michelins that means I wouldn't consider another set.
tyre reviewed on 2022-01-09 16:07:05
Writing about the Bridgestone Potenza Sport given 80% (225-45-17-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 3000 average miles
I had michelin PS4S T0 and now i have this ones. Overall they seem the same, the wet grip its a little better. but they are really noisy compared to the previews michelin
tyre reviewed on 2021-12-06 14:54:14
Writing about the BFGoodrich g Grip All Season 2 given 89% (245-45-18-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 20 average miles
Unparalleled wear and grip in the wet, particularly in snow. I have now done over 50,000 miles using these tyres - still have loads of tread left on my second set - running them on Tesla Model 3 Performance and it has gone everywhere in all weather's- I wouldn't buy anything else now.
tyre reviewed on 2021-10-08 21:22:36
Writing about the Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S given 79% (235-35-20-W)
Driving on mostly motorways for 25000 average miles
These tyres came with the car and to be fair to them, they are very good. Only at the end of life did the all wheel drive with 400hp or so break traction. Cornering was very precise, confidence inspiring in the wet and dry. Even in the cold they performed well. They lasted 25k by rotating them half way. Mine were the acoustic type with a foam band inside. I felt this made zero difference and some report problems getting a repair. I repair my own with tyre strings and had no issues with further loss of pressure. The problem I have is justifying £800 for a new set where the tyre I have gone to is £160 a set and certainly doesn't have a quarter of the performance. From previous experience the cheaper brand last longer, perform to at least 75% of the Michelin and since I don't tend to drive like an utter t*t I haven't oranges a car in over 25 years.
tyre reviewed on 2021-01-28 20:37:24
Writing about the Accelera PHI given 80% (225-45-17-)
Driving on mostly motorways for 1000 average miles
After 25k with the factory Michelin PS4s (very good tyre eight until the end but chuffing pricey) I switched to acceleras after a good experience on my previous car, an E61 530d. The tyres last a long time and contrary to opinion do not throw the car into a ditch. I suspect this has more to do with driver talent and awareness of risk. Their wet performance is certainly not as good as a premium tyre but then I increase my spacing in the wet. Within days of the new set of tyres we had a bit of snow. Although not a winter tyre (it has all season written on the sidewall) and moderate braking/acceleration could break traction, they we fine and the tyres combined with all wheel drive allowed me to gently make progress up hills when others where spearing off the road. The public road is not a race track and I wonder what many are asking of their tyres. Personally I'd go for the acceleras and invest the saving in an advanced course. Better observation will significantly out break the better premium tyre. As an example a famous motor industry presenter wrote off his pride and joy 911. The blame was apparently with the idiot that chose a bend to make a three point turn however track driving techniques don't require you to be able to stop within the distance you can see. Stories aside, these tyres look good, perform adequately and at £41 a corner, they are awesome
tyre reviewed on 2021-01-28 20:28:47
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