Frequent Asked QuestionsWhat brand of tyres do Porsche use?
Porsche have come originally fitted with many tyre brands throughout the year. These have included Michelin, Goodyear, Yokohama, and more.
The size of a Porsche tyre will vary depending on the car and tyre model. The fitment sizes on Porsche models will range from around 205/60 R15 to 285/35 R22. At Blackcircles, there are a wide range of tyre models and sizes in stock that are available today.
Porsche models can be come with original equipment (OE) run flat tyres, depending on the model. If you are unsure on whether your Porsche is fitted with run flat tyres or not, it is recommended to check your vehicle handbook. To find the suitable tyres for your Porsche vehicle, enter your registration number on our website today, where different tyre models and sizes are shown for your specific model.
Due to variations in model and tyre size, Porsche vehicles have different tyre pressure requirements. Find the manufacturer's recommended pressure in the owner's manual or on the label attached to the door jamb.
To reset the TPMS on your Porsche, start by ensuring that your tyres are inflated to the recommended level. Locate the TPMS reset button, usually found below the steering wheel. Alternatively you may be able to access the reset option through the vehicle's onboard system, available in the car's settings. Press and hold the reset button or select the reset option in the system. Wait for a confirmation message to appear, indicating the TPMS reset is finalized. For specific instructions on your Porsche model, consult your vehicle's handbook.
Porsche is a luxury and high-performance car manufacturer. The pricing of Porsche tyres generally falls into the premium to high-end category, reflecting the brand's focus on performance, precision, and craftsmanship.
When referring to Porsche wheels, both "Porsche tyres" and "Porsche tires" are acceptable spellings, with the variation depending on the country. In the United States, the term "Porsche Tires" is more commonly used, whereas in the UK, "tyres" is the preferred spelling.