Occasionally my shoe catches the Model S's brake pedal when transitioning from braking to the accelerator. I think that's because the pedal's surface has vertical ridges spaced just far enough apart that it catches on my shoe's sole surface nubs. It's not earth shattering - but a potential issue if this happens during an emergency. Tesla brake pedal I have never noticed this in my previous cars, but I only have my wife's BMW for reference now. BMW brake pedal Notice that its brake pedal surface has diamond depressions forming a cross hatched design. Not a problem interfacing with any shoe sole surface. If only the Tesla's pedal surface is reversed - ie 'grooves' not 'ridges', then the problem would go away. Anyone else noticed this?