DO NOT BUY THE P7 Cinturato All Season Plus II unless you do not care about efficiency. We put them on our Model 3 and consumption went from 280wh/mi at 75-80MPH to 350wh/mi. Over 2000 miles it never improved and the tires ended up getting removed and replaced back with the T1 (newer) spec of MXM4. Seeing a huge increase like that was shocking. It was a huge bummer because I LOVED everything about those tires vs. the MXM4. They were quiet, grippy, rode noticeably smoother, transmitted almost no vibration into the car, had a longer warranty, and cost less, but the efficiency just was too much to give up.The quietest grand touring tire is reportedly (by TireRack) the Pirelli Cinturato P7 type2, and it's also better in every other regard than the MXM4s, which are already long in the tooth. However, not sure if they have the proper load rating for our heavy M3s. But glad to hear the Vredesteins are also superior to the M3s, at least in noise. I find the MXM4s noisier than they should be, which is quite annoying on the awful asphalt prevalent on TX highways we often use.