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There are several tire threads here on the forum where people have tried different tire sizes with differing results - You probably need to read through those as you research this, because if you try combinations which don't work, buying new tires can get expensive. LRR tires in some of the sizes you mention will be pretty hard, if not impossible to find and we pretty much know that using non LRR tires will shorten the range of the car by as much as 10%. Maybe that's not important for you, but it's something to keep in mind so you won't be surprised when you experience it
First, the overall circumference of the tires is VERY important. The car 'counts' tire revolutions to determine if all 4 wheels are in good contact with the pavement and that determines how ASC, regenerative braking and ABS to control anti-skid are implemented. The ratio of the overall circumference of the front tires vs the rear tires must be maintained very close to the ratio of the stock tires, or things just don't work correctly - A number of us have seen that firsthand. Even a change as small as 2% can disable all regenerative braking
Second, nearly every tire pressure on your list will throw a low tire pressure code with the TPMS and you'll have a red light on the dash. We had one of our cars worked on at a body shop and they set all 4 tires to 32 psi and I had a red light all the way home. Not sure where the exact cut-off for low tire pressure warning is, but I think it's around 34 or 35 psi. Anything less than that and you have an alarm
There are also threads here where a few have used larger tires on larger wheels with some success. Lots to read here and doing so will keep you from making some of the same mistakes that others have already experienced!
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