um, yeah, headlamps should be sealed... anyone else having this condensation on the inside issue? this is a 'replace headlamp assembly' thing if ever i heard one..
The Roadsters had fogging headlight problems in spades until they came out with improved units. Presumably they've learned from that experience so maybe you've got defective or improperly installed units?
Interesting. Maybe it's just me!
The interior of the Model S fogs easily because it's so well sealed. You need to run the fan and/or A/C.
I don't see it being an issue in the Winter -- it's just that it's really easy to increase the interior humidity; when the exterior temp is 45F, the heat and fan barely runs, so it fogs up. That will likely not be true in <32F conditions (which is so far what I've observed).
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