In all of my other cars I've had, when I drive under a bridge or through a dark tunnel, the screens instantly switch to night mode and the headlights come on. In my Model X, I have to be in the dark for quite some time before the car figures out (if it ever figures out) that it's dark. The screen can be blinding and very distracting in these cases. The screen also stays at full Day Mode brightness on dark, cloudy, rainy days. I frequently have to manually change the screen settings to Night Mode. Does anyone else experience this problem? Want to make sure my problem is an aberration before wasting my time going to the Service Center. I should note that my windshield is clean, so there's no dirt obstructing the sensor. (And even if there was dirt obstructing the sensor, that should mean the car would always be in Night Mode because the sensor would think it's dark out. No good explanation for why it's so hard to get the car to switch out of Day Mode.) I should also note that when it's actually nighttime (i.e., past sunset), Night Mode is generally very reliably on.