If it wasn't for not knowing the underlying cause, it would be funny... I just found that the car has, on two occasions that I know of, decided to self vent a window. The first time I was snow foaming the car... I had done the other side, screen, roof and rear and was just moving towards the front when I spotted this... Thankfully, no major damage done as I had a couple of helpers who could clean up the inside. SMWBO didn't expect to get the inside cleaned at the same time I think it probably happened when I got in the car when starting the job to put wipers in service mode. None the less, windows are on the new 'auto close mode'. TeslaFi not very helpful as it had previously been asleep and the window open occurred during that - at start of that sleep, window was up. It missed me entering the car to put in wiper service mode too. Then, just as swmbo was trying to get into the car by opening rear passenger door, car told her to use keycard. Just as she was opening the drivers door, she noticed the rear passenger window down, again by the similar amount - venting amount rather than unlock amount. We are not sure when this happened, but 15 minutes before, I had been drying that part of the car and it definitely was not open. So two different windows opened all by themselves to the venting amount. Oh yes, and window open notification didn't work even though its enabled (much like charge notifications) although its quite likely that they were not open long enough - 10mins? During the wash, the car downloaded 2020.32.5 (from 32.3), so I will install that this evening, full reboot as usual and monitor - hopefully it does not rain. I don't think its hardware as two different windows. Anyone witnessed similar gremlins?