Well, I'm one of those earlier cars with 21" staggered setup and not too long ago (4 months and about 10000 miles) my rear left tire decided to play a joke with me last night. As soon as the tire sensor warned me about low pressure, I pulled over and once I got out of the car I heard the loud air noise coming out of my rear left tire and it didn't take long to realize this isn't a nail and the tire kit won't help as this is the 2nd time I have rear left tire fail in the same manner. It was close to home, so I was able to get one of my 19" wheels from home dropped off and replace the bad tire. What I wasn't expecting is to see such bad wear on the inner side. I knew that this uneven wear was a problem on earlier cars, but about a month ago I was at the service center for replacement of rear control arms and bushings, alignment and not even a 1000 miles driven after that, I get to see this: I can't understand why Tesla didn't warn me about this bad wear on the rear tires as they must have removed the tires in the first place for the service they did and I'm sure it takes more than 1000 miles to see such uneven wear on them. The way I see the tires, there is at least 3-4000 miles left in them only if the wear was symmetrical. For the record my front tires look like brand new with minimal signs of wear: I don't see this as normal car behavior and despite the power to the rear wheels, this is very unusual wear and points to a flaw in the car. What do you guys think and what is your experience?