New-ish Tesla owner about to experience my first winter driving the P85D. I live in Winnipeg, Manitoba (aka Winterpeg). We have a long winter here and can get quite a lot of snow. The roads never truly get cleaned once winter hits. It gets COLD here too - the temperature will easily drop and stay in the -25C to -40C range for December through February. After doing research here on on TMC, I finally picked out my winter wheels/tires and took delivery of them yesterday. What's super awesome is they were bought and paid for with credits from the Tesla Referral Program!! So this week I'll be taking off my 21" grey turbines and putting on 19" wheels. I opted for the Nokian Hakkapeliitta R2's, which by most accounts seem awesome. Picture attached. TAKE THE MODEL S WINTER TIRE POLL: For those who experience "real" winters (with a lot of snow/ice cold temps), just wondering which wheels and tires you went with. Did you go 19" or 21"? The Nokians, Michelins X-Ice and Pirellis Sottozero seemed like the obvious choices for the tire selections. Be sure to vote, and sound of with your reasoning below (and experience with them if you've already racked up lots of miles). Hopefully the results of this poll / thread will help other owners like me come to a decision more quickly. Re: Studded tires/chains - Because studded tires (and chains) are illegal in many places (including where I live), I didn't put it as an option on the poll. If you're using studded or chains vote for other (and drop a note in the thread with the model of tire you're using). Thx!