I've been struggling to understand how an incorrect torque value on some of the wheels would cause unstable handling.
I guess if the lug nuts loosened and backed off their seats it would be possible but just an incorrect torque - say 80 vs 130? Sorry, I don't see it.
At 26,000 miles I had the first ever tire rotation on my 70D.I have RWD so rubber with more tread always goes to the back.
You have AWD, and I'm not sure of the wear differences front-to-back.. maybe they wear really evenly. I'd be surprised if this hasn't been covered already in another thread.
At 26,000 miles I had the first ever tire rotation on my 70D.
The front two tires were worn down to 7/32.
The left rear was at 6/32.
The right rear was at 5/32.
The tires were not rotated at my first annual service (12,500 miles) because Tesla said all tires were evenly worn.
I asked the sevice advisor why the right rear was worn so much. He claimed that the right rear is where the most power is applied.