Very windy days are common here in the desert. Gusts are regularly 20-30mph. Seems like most cars have dinged or have been dinged by somebody's door getting caught by the wind and swinging open uncontrollably. You learn try and park strategically so that the wind will be pushing the door closed rather than open. However most parking lots seem to be perfectly designed to maximize the amount of wind blowing into your doors and minimize the effectiveness of front windshield sunshades (that's a whole 'nother issue though). Do any Model X owners have experience with their X in the wind? What is the behavior of the front doors? Can the car tell the difference between a human pushing the door open versus wind? Will the doors stop before they hit another car? I've read that in normal conditions they will prevent themselves from opening into another car but how does that translate into adverse conditions? I'm not worried about the falcon wing doors, they'll put an end to doors smashing shut on your legs as you put kids in their car seats in the wind.