Almost anyone that has the dynamic air suspension in the Model X and Model S is familiar with the issues of prematurely worn halfshafts in the front suspension (aka acceleration shudder). I've had the halfshafts on my Model X replaced three times (all under warranty) with the latest fix being keeping the suspension in low at all times. It's suspected that the angle of the joint at ride heights greater than that a low is contributing to the wear. With the Cybertruck's reported adjustable suspension, I'm wondering a few things: 1) Is this going to be a completely redesigned suspension, free from the S/X issues? 2) If it's an iterative design from S/X, how will this issue be addressed? Also, with such a great variance in ride height, is there a mechanism to reduce uneven tire wear when riding at the various heights for long periods?