We got our Tesla Model X 90D delivered here in Florida in mid January. After a few days we realized that the car has all season tires. We talked to the SC and they told us all cars get the same tires and there is no way we could get summer tires. My concern are for hot and wet climates: All season tires are louder and less comfortable than summer tires! Summer tires are more fuel efficient! Summer tires handle wet streets (we get heavy rain often for months!) much better! Summer tires offer more grip to the street at high temperatures! Summer tires are highly recommended if the average day time temperature is above 40F-50F! Which happens 95% of the year here in Florida. Those are just a few advantages of summer tires vs all season tires in climates like we have in Florida! Shouldn't Tesla offer alternative tires for different climates? Florida is the state with the second highest sales numbers for Tesla in the US. And I don't want to have to call roadside assistance because of a flat tire on a 95F day and a thunderstorm... What do you think about their tire choice for every climate? Shouldn't they offer summer tires (or dedicated winter tires) for their cars depending where the car gets delivered?