I recently had both rear tyres replaced on my Tesla Model 3 19" Sports wheels; original tyres lasted 18k miles with a little over 2mm wear left. As it's a company car, I have zero input as to what is installed, and ended up with Hankook Ventus S1 evo2 fitted vs the evo3 as per new. They're not the Tesla specific model, no TO marking nor any sign of foam insert when I saw them come off the van, but they do have a very pronounced rubber lip at the rim, which looks like it might go some way to improving rim rash risk vs the standard fit evo3. Will it make a difference? I'll report back. I can't say I've noticed any difference in noise of new tyres compared to old foam-fitted ones.