I'm not sure about other markets, but the US models use the Michelin Energy Saver tires which are low rolling resistance rated.Perfect ! 5x114.3 has the largest selection ever which is great. Does anyone know if the electric variant uses LRR tires ?
For those of you wanting to buy a second set of wheels for winter tires, the wheel bolt pattern on the Ioniq is 5 x 114.3 mm.
Can you take one off of your Ioniq and take a photo of the specs cast into the back of the wheel then?OK, but I don't think it's enough... I mean, there should be something marked on the wheel itself, something that describes all the other parameters, for example what about ET ?
I guess we'll have to wait until someone takes a picture of the backside of the wheel. Do you have a photo of the ET53? If so, I will edit the post to update it.I know that but are they official ?
I mean when I took off one of my 17" wheels, there clearly was a "ET53" on one of its shoulders. Yes, that's a 53 and not 50, which has been suggested recently.
We will never know, because there is simply no 16" option available. Maybe 205/55 R16 would be OK, but for some reason, it is not approved. So, there is only 15" and 17". Weird, but I've seen such things in other cars, as well.We don't yet know what the original equipment 16" wheel offset is though.
Yep... I used a set of steel wheels with covers from my other car, a MY 2009 Honda Civic. They are 6,00x15 5x114,30 ET45 and they fit perfectly (1 mm difference with the ET, as you can see). I don't like how it looks now (see the tumb below), so I will definitely get a proper set of original 15" from the dealer.Offset 15” 46mm
Yes, as a matter of fact I do See below... I know it seems strange, but it surely is 53 over there... I've got a video also, since pictures may be deceiving, you know... But for some reason I can't post the link to it here directly...Do you have a photo of the ET53?