I don't expect a vehicle that you can remove it's roof , take off it's doors, and also physically move it's windshield up or down, to be completely sealed form the elements either, but hey-yo, what do I know.Problems should be worked out before releasing vehicle for mass production. Just because everyone else is cheaping out and deflecting the make-it-right cost onto consumers, doesn't make it ok.
No chance in hell I'm paying almost as much money as I did on my house for a new car or truck, and I'm expected to just accept issues that shouldn't be a thing after 100+ years of auto manufacturing, because engineers made a slightly different frame geometry than the decades before?
Has all the supposed billions spent on R+D not taught auto makers how to prevent rattles? Billions of R+D money hasn't taught them to use high quality electrical connectors and rubbers? All this engineering experience should be overlooked because of some new geometry and body panels? Aaaannnd you want me to pay $100,000 for it?
Should I laugh now or......
It's not like every convertible leaks at some point.
Or any vehicle with a sunroof either.