What I continue to not understand is WHY QA is not doing a better job at catching issues BEFORE the car leaves the factory? We tend to see the same issues over and over here. I know these forums mostly show the cars with problems as those that have zero probably don't post as much, although I do see a fair amount of them. That said, do they not have some sort of software that tracks the issues found at delivery and provide feedback to the factory to help figure out why the same issues keep occurring? What about the QC checks AT the factory. I have seen horror stories on here that you almost have to assume they didn't look at the car at all, or it fell off the train and humpty dumpty put it back together best they could prior to customer delivery. My car had several items that would/should have be very easy to tell were bad before it left the factory. 1) no voice recognition. Ended up have to replace MCU after replacing bluetooth AND media ECU didn't fix, 2) rear taillights/brake light module replacement as they didn't work/light. Both of those most likely didn't work when the car left the factory so why were they not found? Is there not a 100 point inspection on the obvious? I also had mis-aligned trim. Do they not have a gauge or method to detect this. Heck, my bare naked eye spotted from 5 feet away. I just think that QA is practically non existent and/or they are not getting the feedback from dealers trying to prepare for delivery and are finding these issues OVER AND OVER. That still doesn't explain why a car would leave the factory with no voice and no tail lights. SURELY someone is supposed to check or hook the car up to a computer that can run tests on the systems. I just think this is a reasonably simple thing to fix. I've been in a QA capacity enough of my career that even I could probably improve it for them. Elon, WHERE IS YOUR QA and accountability for your factory workers releasing cars for delivery that clearly have obvious issues that a customer should never see on a car worth $60k+ let alone those doing the 150K+ versions... Rant off.