Hi all, 41k miles on my Solar Silver Clarity and still loving it. Recently replaced the stock Michelin Energy Saver A/S tires with 235/45R-18 CONTINENTAL PURECONTACT LS SL. I found these based on feedback from some Tesla Model 3 drivers on other forums, and I have to say they're living up to the reports. I live in South Florida and the Michelin Energy Savers would hydroplane quite a bit during our frequent summer/early fall rainy season. Per feedback from the tire installer, they think it may be a weight thing as the Michelin Energy Saver A/S's were originally designed for the Prius..which I think our car outweighs by at least 800 lbs. After driving the Continental PureContact's for a week now I have to say the ride quality has become more comfortable, and the tires themselves seem quieter and grip better than the stock ones Michelin Energy Saver's. Haven't been able to see how they do in the rain yet, but I'll update this post once we get a shower. No apparent changes to my fuel economy (granted, I have a lead foot) and, as stated, big improvements to my overall ride quality and driving security. Hope this may be helpful for you in the future when you get around to needing new tires!