On most vehicles, when the ride height is decreased, negative camber increases. This can have a slightly negative affect on tire wear, most notably on the inner portion of the tread.

To find out if this affects the Tesla Model X when the air suspension is set to "very low," the folks over at "Now You Know" on YouTube conducted a bit of an experiement.

Here's the video description:

"Welcome back! On today's episode of Now You Know, we test out our Tesla Model X's air suspension in very high and very low mode to see if it affects the wear and tear on our tires. Watch to see what we find out!"

As expected, tire wear is negatively affected...now you know.