I'm completely fine with the 22 inches too. It probably depends on the road conditions where you live as much as anything, as well as your prior car history. Having come out of a line of sport cars and sport bikes... the ride on the 22" wheels is fine by me as long as the tire pressures are kept more in the 37 psi comfort range and squeezing every possible kilowatt hour out of the car isn't a big deal to you. If I were concerned about squeezing every single dime out of an EV I wouldn't have picked a $90k car to do it in. I'm in Central Texas so the roads here don't suffer from too much winter damage.
I think the larger 20 or 22" wheels are one of the things that cause the car to appear to have more of a show-car look. Someone even asked if it was a concept car, I think partially due to the 22" carbon-fiber trimmed wheels he kept ogling.
The safest thing to do is to test drive any combinations you are considering, and possibly asking them to allow you to set the PSI down to comfort range for the drive regardless of which wheel/tire you try.
If 22 inchers are just too far a push for you, then I'd have absolutely no doubt that 20 inchers would be just fine.
Last edited by StormRune; 07-24-2019 at 10:51 AM.