Since Tesla has no written guidance as to what tires they put on their wheels on the design studio, let alone if the tires are staggered or squared up, here is my data point. My early Aug 2015 P85D has this set up on the 21" grey turbines: Michelin Pilot Sport Front: 245/35 ZR21 (96Y) Extra Load Rear: 265/35 ZR21 (101Y) Extra Load Guess that rules out tire rotation, but then again I haven't had a car in the last 10+ years that did NOT have a staggered set up and permitted rotation. I'm used to swapping out wheels for winter tires and my expectation is to drop down to 19" Rials with X-Ice for the winter. That's what I have going on my BMW and that seems to handle Virginia snow pretty well. In general I hate the mushy feel of 19" tires (let alone snow tires), but the 21" summer Pilot Sports seem to give me enough of a road feel to be happy. I'm coming from Porsches so I get uncomfortable if I can't feel the road under the tires. Just finished a round trip road trip between NoVA and Philly and I was extremely pleased with the road handling ability of this tire/wheel set up. The major interstates were perfect but I had to keep my eyes open on Philly side roads to avoid pot holes.