Every EV-producer does it: equip their cars with low rolling resistance summertyres, except Tesla. There are plenty of LRR-tyres with good handling in dry and wet weather. I have run many comparisons with the LRR wintertyre nokian R2 and the old stock goodyear rsa2. In 0-5C temperatures the consumption with R2 is up 15-20% lower after numerous testing in identical conditions. When temp climbs above 15C the difference is down 2 about 5%, but lets face it: 5% is actually about 15-20 km linger range, that is much. There are several tyres like Nokian hakka green and blue or goodyear efficientgrip performance with same RR as R2 and good dry/wet handling, but they are not available in TMS-approved dimensions. Why make all the extras effort with aerodynamic car, aluminum chassis etc and then dont give a f... about the tyres? Wouldn't thoose extra 15-20 km give TMS even better test-results, better paperspecs etc. In my opinion Tesla really should strike a deal with one of the big manufactorers to custom-make them and give us summertyres with both goid range and handling. What do you guys think?