I have an issue on my 2016 facelift MS 90D 19" Michelin PS3. As soon as wheels start turning, I'm starting to feel vibration on the steering wheel, pedals, parts of interior firmly attached to the car body (like central armrest). It can be compared with a mobile phone vibration. The amplitude of vibration is pretty much constant on a given stretch of road but the frequency is proportional to the speed. The problem is much less pronounced on really smooth roads. It looks like steering rack/column and suspension lack any vibration dampers and transmit every tiniest road imperfection to the car body. I wonder has anyone experienced something similar? The case has been reported to Tesla. They tried to balance the wheels. They changed the set of wheels. So far no results. There are two options left: 1. All Teslas are like this and I have to live with this. 2. It is my car specific and Tesla need to get their hands dirty and figure out what's wrong with suspension/steering.