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22 onyx black wheels

Discussion in 'Model X: Driving Dynamics' started by T3xrr, Sep 16, 2017.

  1. T3xrr

    T3xrr Member

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    need advice. Placed an order yesterday. Have one day to make up my mind.
     
  2. EdisonR

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    I was debating the same thing myself and coming from a model S, the range hit with 22 inches wheels was too much for me so I stuck to 20 inches. Also, if you search the forum, it seems to be common wisdom that larger wheels means more tire/wheel damage and frequent changes.
     
  3. T3xrr

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    Do you happen to know down to the mile how fast tires go?
    Some say they don't notice any range differences or very minor. It would be nice to have some set numbers.
     
  4. EdisonR

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    It's part of the Tesla range calculator for models, I don't see it for the X.
    A P100D S goes from 337 with 19 inches wheel to 323 with 21 inches. The hit with 22 will be even bigger. I've done a lot of road trips with my current S, you need all the range you can get!
    Model S | Tesla, scroll down for the calculator.
     

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