Don't get me wrong, I love my Model S, but something I've been curious about even before I received my car... is the sound of the tires actually made worse by the aluminum chassis? I first noticed this while watching many of the first-drive videos. There is a particular acoustic note heard inside the car when it goes down the road. While the Model S is very quiet overall, the car seems to have a different ambient sound than a steel chassis sedan (minus any engine noise, of course). I wonder if the aluminum chassis has anything to do with this, and could Tesla potentially take further steps to deaden it. I'm a former audio engineer, so I tend to be hyper-aware of these things.