Yeah, but it may have more to do with the exact shape of the glass. The structure of the vehicle plays a bit of havoc with glass creating pressure in odd places. It can also make for manufacturing headaches. Honda swapped to a somewhat less complicated design for the the rear side glass for the Odyssey when I was there. It went from a glass that opened as a vent window to a stationary glass. It took years before they got it to where a fairly high percentage didn't leak on the first install. I'm sure Tesla has a lot of smart car people working for them, but it's possible they just missed something. It is quite odd though.