I went to carbotech road pads - (simply as tried and tested for Roadster by the many US drivers)
Tyres are OK but if I did change I'd probably balance: 1 noise, 2 roll resistance, 3 grip 4 cost/life etc.
You guys my reorder these
so I'd go for either: Dunlop bluresponse as @Alexander Sims for best rolling resistance, and quiet etc.
Goodyear eagles (quiet)
Michellin Pilot sport3 (life)
See last months EVO tyre comparison (where our Yoko's DID badly on everything except grip !)
Unfortunately they only used Dunlop MaxxRT not Blueresponse ... and obviously they didn't do this on a Roadster (I think it was a Golf GTi iirc)
However please add your own Usual subjective disclaimers
Thanks Mark, yes i already searched. The post is quite old and i was more wondering what tyres Tesla had recommended for the 3.0 version of the car. They have claimed to have a reduced rolling resistance tyre in mind and i wanted to try it now i need a set. Does anyone know if the calculations made by the car when new tyres button is pressed on the VDS included calculations for the speedometer? It may be possible to fit something like AD08 and have the speedo adjusted automatically by the system on the car for the slightly out size.