Its not about looking good or not, the front and rear tires are simply too wide. The fronts would be most problematic the rear may be able to squeeze a 295 rear tire with minimal rubbing. Either way I am just going based off my knowledge and experience, the definite answer would be if someone were to physically put the refresh wheels on a non refrehs modelIn theory they should look good, no matter the other thread. They should give the impression of medium spacers which is per se not a bad thing. Too bad there are no good images of brave pioneers which tried this yet.
You could get a very similar look with the pre refresh wheels and a set of spacers!Now I want to buy a set and start playing with things… Lol. I was after that pioneer that wanted to try. I agree to them not fit in with the factory rubber on there but if you went back to a 245/45/19 Tire on all four corners or maybe even a 265 on the back was my thoughts, I believe the Wheels have a little more offset on them, which I think would look pretty damn cool
Completely ignore what I said here. I (finally) got my new wheels/tires for this car and, upon installation, we discovered that the previous owner used multiple improper and mismatched spacers under these wheels. It was a mess. The tire shop employees asked me if I drove the car there from where I bought it (thinking it was a local dealer) and when I told them I drove the car in it's current state from Phoenix AZ through the mountains they were all in disbelief. Not to mention that the previous owner swapped over the wheels/tires from his new Plaid to my older car & didn't bother to trade out the TPMS from one to the other. In short, what a mess. I'm glad I have it resolved and that nothing catastrophic happened before I got proper equipment on the car.Pioneer here. I've got two sets (don't ask) of the 19" factory wheels/tires from the new 2021 refreshed Model S, one with summer tires and one with all-season. One set is currently on my newest 2017 P100D and I can confirm that the fronts will indeed rub slightly at full lock. 255 with these offset is just too wired for the older wheel wells. Rears appear to be fine w/o any rubbing or anything that I've experienced. I'm currently in the process of sourcing the previous 19's to swap these out with some nice all-season tires of the standard 245/45R19 flavor.