I don't work at Discount Tire so I'm not up to speed on tire nomenclature. That being said, several years ago my son had a Mustang and he bought tires that MAYBE were 2" from the road to his rims. He paid the price for that when he hit a curb and it cost him three new rims that weren't cheap. That brings me to the Model 3 photos I've been seeing. I imagine that in order to improve range, the tires have to be 'thin', if that's the word, because it appears that there's not much distance from the road to the rims. Any of you car experts have any input on the pros and cons of tires this 'thick', or 'thin'?