I purchased my 2023 Preferred in Calgary Alberta November 2022. I had aftermarket rims and winter tires installed from the get-go. Yesterday I changed to the stock (aerodynamic) rims with Michelin Pilot Sports. I reset the trip info and have posted the photo for your reference. Some info about the driving: my commute to work is 127km one way, mostly highway. I set the cruise at 110km/h and don't drive the car any differently than I did my ICE cars (ie regular acceleration, no hypermiling). I estimate that of the 29000+ km on the odometer, about 85% is highway driving. This winter my commute times were about 82 minutes each way, consuming roughly 35% battery per trip on average. Worst was over 40% consumption when the temperature was below -30*C; 3.8km/kwh. Best was 30% with a tailwind; approx 5.4km/kwh. My average over the 29000 km was 5.1km/kwh on winter tires. Today's drive in on the new PS tires averaged 5.8km/kwh, which is a nice little improvement and the best average I've seen since owning the car. Hope this helps some folks wondering about efficiency on winter tires.