Bug report for a 2013 Model S 85 now running 2018.24.1 12dd099. Literally the moment I turned on the car once firmware 2018.24.1 was successfully installed a few weeks ago, I noticed a problem in the Navigation map on the 17” screen: it wouldn’t load any map imagery. All I saw was the gray grid, and the red arrow where the car was in my garage. If I zoomed way way out, I would see New Mexico, great. But if I zoomed back in, or pressed the button to orient North, it would zoom in and default to an empty grid again. (Obviously the two gray vertical vars are an artifact of the camera not the 17" Tesla screen): What I have noticed ever since is very spotty map coverage. It doesn’t matter where, and it is independent of the communications bandwidth at the moment (in the garage I have full blazing wi-fi and the car is plenty happy with it). Around town or on an interstate I usually get 3 to 5 bars of cellular in the car, which prior to 2018.24.1 was always plenty to load maps as I moved through an area. We recently drove to Denver for a short vacation, and I used the Nav extensively to find places around Denver. What I noticed is that whenever I got closer and closer to a destination, from 10 miles to 1 mile to a few blocks, the Nav would do its thing of auto-zooming to show more detail as I got closer — love that feature. BUT… as it auto-zoomed, it would invariably start losing map detail, and large swaths of the map would just default to gray grid again. By the time I'd arrive somewhere, I was . . . nowhere on the map! This is the normal behavior with the maps now, ever since I downloaded 2018.24.1. It happens all over the place, anywhere I go. To be completely clear, it happens about 95% of the time. Once in a great while when I am using Nav to get somewhere, it will properly auto-zoom all the way to the destination with correct map detail. But that’s like 5% of the time now. The rest of the time the map is full of empty spaces with no detail. Is this a known bug? Anyone else seeing this?