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Tesla Fitment Guide

October 20, 2020

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Today we are running through the most common wheel sizes and suspension options that we recommend for three different Tesla Models, the Tesla 3, Tesla S, and Tesla X. 

 

Table of Contents

  1. Tesla Model 3

  2. Tesla Model S

  3. Tesla Model X

 

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Tesla Model 3 

The bolt pattern for a Tesla Model 3 is a 5x114.3 millimeter or 5x4.5 inch bolt pattern. This is important to know right off the bat so that you can ensure that along with your perfect size wheel, you are able to actually put that wheel onto the car. The most common sizes that we see for wheels for the Tesla Model 3 are 18-20 inches in diameter and 8.5-10.5 inches in width. The most common offset choices for a Tesla Model 3 seem to be anywhere from +25 to +45 millimeters keep all of this in mind as you search for your wheels. If you go outside of these parameters you could definitely run into some fitment issues. We will run you through a couple of fitment options with photos so that you can visually see what you like and learn a little bit about how to achieve that look. 

 

18x8.5 +50 mm Offset

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This first setup has a set of 18 by 8.5-inch wheels with a positive 50 offset. The wheels seen on this car are the Enkei TY5 wrapped in a Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 Plus in a 245/40R18/XL size. This Tesla has Eibach Lowering Springs Suspension on for a slightly lowered look. This is the perfect look for someone who wants to spice up their Tesla a little bit while still being able to easily daily drive the car as well. 

 

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Front: 19x9 +30 mm Offset, Rear: 19x10 +25 mm Offset

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This one is running a staggered setup to get their perfect fitment. The wheels featured on this Tesla 3 are the TSW Avalon and you can get wheels in a staggered setup on the site. These wheels are paired with the Toyo Tire Proxes 4 Plus in a 245/40R19 size. Finally to complete this beautiful build they finished it off with air suspension for the perfect custom look. 

 

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Front: 20x9.5 +20 mm Offset, Rear: 20x10.5 +30 mm Offset 

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Our last Model 3 guide for you will be based on this beautiful staggered setup. This will be the most aggressive “show-like” setup. On this build, they are running HRE 540’s with a Falken Azenis FK510 in a 235/35ZR20 sizing. Again to finish off this build they have air suspension as well. 

 

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Tesla Model S

The bolt pattern for a Tesla Model S is 5x120 millimeters or 5x4.72 inches. The sizing that we see most popular and that will work the best are 20-22 inches in diameter, 8.5-10 inches in width, and +25-+40 millimeter offsets. Again we will be running through some examples so that you can see and pick your favorite setup for yourself. 

 

Front: 20x9 +35 mm Offset, Rear: 20x10 +38 mm Offset

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This Tesla S is running a staggered setup with 20-inch wheels. These are the Ferrada FR4 wheels in the bronze finish with Toyo Tires Extensa HP II in 245/40R20 sizing. This owner chose to just leave their stock suspension for an easy and clean build that will be great for daily driving. 

 

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Front: 21x9 +28 mm Offset, Rear: 21x10.5 +40 mm Offset

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This 2013 Tesla S Base is also running a staggered look, a similar wheel to the one they are running will be the Niche Essen M147. Along with that, they are running the Falken Azenis FK510 in 245/35 in the front and 295/30 in the back. They have also opted for their stock suspension too. This will give you a slightly aggressive look that is still tame enough for day to day. 

 

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22x8.5 +40 mm Offset

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To finish off the Tesla Model S we have a 2016 with a 22x8.5 inch wheel setup with a positive 40-millimeter offset. The wheels on this car are the Fathom FD-RA with Toyo Tires Proxes 4 Plus in a 245/30 size. Again, they have chosen to keep the stock suspension on this Model S. 

 

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Tesla Model X

For the Model X, you have very few options as far as fitment. So this one is going to be a little bit different from the previous models. For the Model X, we are just going to lay out what we have deemed as the very best fitment option for this car. 

 

22x9 +35 mm Offset

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As seen here, these are the Niche Staccato 22x9 inch with +35 millimeter offset wheels. Along with these wheels, they are running Continental Extremecontact DWS06 tires in 265/35 sizing. Finally, this Model X is running air suspension to lower their Tesla, otherwise, you can opt just to keep your stock suspension as well. But if you are looking to lower your car and have the option of the hot show look, then air suspension is the very best option. 

Always be sure to check out our gallery with your vehicle year, make, model to find the perfect fitment for your car so that you can buy with confidence. Also, whenever you buy a wheel and tire package you will get free shipping, free mounting and balancing and you will save money on the package. We also offer 0% financing on all wheels, tires, and suspension as well. 

 

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