I am configuring my Model 3. I know I will be getting the dual motor performance variant but have not decided whether I want to go with the performance upgrade for an extra $5000 which included 20" wheels. I prefer the 19" sport wheels for the following reasons but those are not offered with the dual motor performance variant. - I think 20" looks comically oversized - tire replacement are too expensive (since I will be going through them rather quickly the way I drive) - ride is too stiff - easy to damage rims when going over slight curbs - can't rotate tires since front/back are different sizes I asked a Tesla representative why they don't offer 19" wheels and they said because the performance model of the model 3 has more power and it needs the 20" wheels to put all that torque to the pavement. Yet they offer the 18" wheels standard so I think this is BS or they are talking out of their ass. My question is, would 19" sport wheels be enough to plant the torque of the performance model 3 to the ground or would I get wheel slippage on takeoff considering Elon stated that with a software upgrade he might get the 0-60 below the stated 3.5 sec.