Michelin Pilot Super Sport Sizes

Friday, February 4, 2011 by Cody Rollins
Pilot Super SportDesigned to help sports cars, sporty coupes, performance sedans and supercars achieve their full potential, the Michelin Pilot Super Sport provides superior performance at very high speeds and in wet conditions.

With most sizes scheduled to be released in early April, a tentative list of sizes for the Michelin Pilot Super Sport can be found below.


  Pilot Super Sport in Action
215/45-17
225/45-17
235/45-17
245/40-17

225/50-18
225/45-18
245/45-18
225/40-18
235/40-18
245/40-18
255/40-18
265/40-18
255/35-18Pilot Super Sport in Action
265/35-18 (May 2011)
275/35-18
285/35-18

225/45-19 (May 2011)
225/40-19
245/40-19
225/35-19
235/35-19
245/35-19
255/35-19
275/35-19
265/30-19
275/30-19Pilot Super Sport in Action
295/30-19
305/30-19

255/35-20
275/35-20
275/30-20 (Sept 2011)
285/30-20
345/30-20
285/25-20
295/25-20

255/30-21
265/30-21
295/30-21Pilot Super Sport in Action
295/25-21 (May 2011)

235/30-22
265/30-22

Currently Available (Original Equipment for Ferrari 599 GTO)

315/35-20
285/30-20

For more information on Michelin's newest Max Performance Summer tire, watch the video and read "Michelin Pilot Super Sport Introductory Track Drive."

Michelin Pilot Super Sport Introductory Track Drive (Video)

Michelin Pilot Super Sport Introductory Track Drive (Text)

Comments on Michelin Pilot Super Sport Sizes

Tuesday, March 22, 2011 by Neil F:
When will Michelin be releasing SuperSport tires that fit the 458 Ferrari
Tuesday, March 22, 2011 by Cody:
The PS2 in the stock 458 sizes, while branded PS2 is actually the new Super Sport. They will eventually change the branding on the sidewall, but for now they are flying under the radar with PS2 branding.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 by David Richmond:
Does anyone know when these will be available in 235/40/18 in the UK or online? Looked everywhere and can't seem to find them.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thursday, June 16, 2011 by Cody:
The tires are ECE approved so I imagine it's just a matter of time before local UK dealers stock them. In the mean time The Tire Rack can ship internationally. Email sales@tirerack.com for a quote.
Tuesday, September 6, 2011 by ernest:
Any idea when these will be available in OE sizes for the Ferrari Challenge Stradale (285/35/19, 225/35/19)?
Tuesday, September 6, 2011 by Cody:
Hi Ernest. At the moment there is no word on when or if we'll get the Super Sport in the 285/35R19.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011 by anthony:
Any word on whether they will be coming out with sizes for the Nissan GTR (285/35R20 and 255/40R20)?
Wednesday, September 14, 2011 by Shawn:
My Question is, say for instance i'm looking for a 275/40/20 and if there is no word yet on that size, can I have that size custom made by michelin?
Wednesday, September 14, 2011 by Cody:
There still is no word on any new sizes. Typically new sizes come out around spring time in the NA market. With the high cost to create molds and re-tool plants, tire manufacturers need to justify particular sizes to produce. It's common to begin a new tire's production with an assortment of common sizes and then gradually add more as production allows. Hopefully we'll see some more Super Sport sizes soon.
Saturday, November 12, 2011 by John West:
The new BMW M5 comes standard with 265/40ZR19 and 295/35ZR19 Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, yet those sizes are not listed as being available. Why is that?
Tuesday, November 15, 2011 by Cody:
Hi John. This is good news. Michelin has mentioned they are coming out with some new sizes this spring but no official word yet on which. I imagine these will be two of them. Typically the car manufactures will get the first batches and the aftermarket will be supplied shortly after the car is released. I would start looking for the new sizes around April.
Wednesday, November 23, 2011 by Mike:
hey Cody...please put a bug in their ear about 255/45R18 and 235/50R18 :D
Tuesday, December 20, 2011 by James:
I've been waiting for a long time (since the Pilot Super Sport was announced) to see if Michelin is going to make a 285/30/19 size?

Or am i wasting my time in hopes of this actually happening?
Friday, February 24, 2012 by Brett:
Make the 285/30/19 already Michelin!
Wednesday, March 7, 2012 by Roger:
I have a 2003 Z06 and would like to retain the oem tire sizes
F 265/40ZR 17 R 295/35ZR 18. Does not look like those sizes are currently available in Pilot Super Sport. Any chance in the future. I guess my best alternative would be PS2s. My oem Goodyears really make a lot of noise and track all over the place.
Wednesday, March 7, 2012 by Cody:
Hey Roger. No word yet on those sizes but perhaps in the future. At the moment though the PS2 is an excellent choice.

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