My March 2018 build Model X was absolutely perfect and drove like a dream for about two months and 4000 miles. Then I noticed the steering wheel constantly vibrating while driving on the highway. It's noticeable at 60 mph and gets worse up to 80 mph+. It’s not violently shaking like a major wheel imbalance but it is very noticeable and slowly driving me insane. The first time I noticed the vibration was shortly after I had to do a hard brake where the calipers actually engaged vs just letting regen slow me down to 10 mph. ABS did not turn on but it definitely went past regen into normal braking. Not sure if this is related. From what I have read this could be a number of things: Wheel imbalance – Only 4000 miles on the vehicle and I checked to see if all the balance weights were still intact and they are. Can wheel imbalances happen this fast? Early stages of the dreaded half shaft issue – I do not feel any acceleration shudder and it sounds like this has been resolved for 2018 Brake rotors - Seems unlikely on a brand new car Alignment issues – The car does not pull to one side or the other Suspension issues – Vibration seems to be about the same in very low vs standard ride height maybe slightly worse at the higher setting Lane departure warning - Turned off. The vibration is constant even on straight roads and it feels much different than the warning vibration I feel like the vibration is not strong enough for service to take seriously but it is strong enough to drive me crazy and not want to drive my X as much as I did before. I live in a no service center state which makes it a big ordeal to have anything fixed. Has anyone had this vibration issue and had it fixed? What was the root cause and solution? Thank you! I appreciate any advice or shared experience on this issue.