The Z-line tires used to be high performance summers, and I know they are now a new version that is "high performance A/S", but I would not have expected them to have a lot of grip in snow/ice. How do you like them in normal summer driving conditions (dry and wet)?
I wonder how your Tesla would perform with Hakka R's? Sounds like it would be fairly good if it is ok in winter with the z-lines.
Like AeroEd, I would expect the S to be fairly well balanced in terms of weight distribution. However, "heavy" seems to be a challenge with many modern cars in winter driving. I think that is one reason the 9-5 is kind of so-so in snow compared to a c900. You just need so much more grip at the tires to deal with all that momentum...Posts in this Thread:
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