It looks like the 2015's and up can. Wondering if the older ones can? I bought some lower profile all season tires for my car. the reason is I had 275x35x20 in the front, and 295x35x20 Nitto Invo summer tires on it. (The car came with Velgen 20" wheels, and the Nitto tires.) Trying to find some all season tires (I live in Seattle area. and summer tires in heavy rains are suicidal.) I found one of the few companies that had all seasons in those sizes was again Nitto. They make a Motivo in those sizes, but in a 30 profile. I went with those, and had my tuner unlocked because I was worried about the rotation throwing off the speedo, and also making the mileage look like it is going by faster, which I really don't want. I plugged in my SCT x4 tuner (Wiped of the Bama tunes), and the thing told me the tire's outside diameter!! I was like WTF??? and it was pretty damn accurate. The Nitto Motivo tires are rated at 27.01 outside diameter. Stock size is 27.7 on 2015 performance pack GT's. The tuner told me the tires were 27.04. only 3/100ths difference from what Nitto says they are. BTW I have only had these tires on for like 200 miles. No way it could have known that unless the car can somehow figure it out. Remember these tires were not on the car when I bought it, and a lower diameter than the Invo's. BTW the 295x35x20 profile Invo's are 28.11" not very close. I was blown away. Thoughts?