That used to be a very common problem with radios on old-fashioned coil-and-points style ignition systems. Electrical noise on the power connection would get into the radio. It often could be solved by adding a filter on the power going into the radio.
I would have thought modern radios would have better filtering built-in. It might be an issue with your radio.
You are correct that the www.AE54.com edition which premiered in January, 2010 had the double DIN.
See more here: http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showt...tomized&page=4
Was it a prototype for Tesla? Well, Al & Ed's has worked closely with Tesla & to date has far & away done more serious aftermarket work on Teslas than probably everyone else combined.
I can also tell you that Hans & Franz did go to Al & Ed's HQ in 2009.
click here -->Watch how Al & Ed's transforms my Model S into: "A Tesla the Hun!" <--click here
The stripped car comes with a stock radio, not a plastic panel.
The radio's AM is non existent (except for the motor sounds) and FM only works in line of site with transmitters. I just am gob-smacked that they would even bother. The installed radio has the reception equivalent of driving on square tires.
The world loves to be deceived.
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