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We'd like to introduce a classic mesh 22" wheel design the MX117 22x9.0" 22x10.0" inspired by our Model S TS117 wheel.

The MX117 weighs about 25% lighter than a factory 22" Turbine. You can use original Tesla center caps, original lug nuts, original tire pressure sensors and original 22" factory tires.

MORE INFO HERE.

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@ckwong

A Matte Black MX117 will look great on your X.

Wheel: MX117 Forged
Size: 22x9.0" front, 22x10.0" rear (approximately 25% lighter than a factory 22” staggered Turbine wheel set)
Finish: Matte Black
Tires: Pirelli Scorpion Zero 265/35-22" front, 285/35-22" rear
Other: Uses factory lug nuts & our matte black lug nut covers, accepts factory center cap, uses original TPMS.

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t2now1

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Does the weight reduction have a positive effect on range? (or is the range just related to aerodynamics?) Us 75D owners living in cold climates cant afford a range loss and are relegated to 20" wheels... ? Any folks with these tires done any wh/mile comparisons?
 
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goneskiian

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I am also curious about this; how much reduction in range impact is there with the lighter forged 22 inch wheels compared to the factory replacement onyx turbine wheels?
I have read about folks only losing ~ 5% with lighter wheels vs. the ~ 15% the OEM 22's cause. So, yes. A very large part of the range reduction with big wheels is due to the weight.
 

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