The Tesla Model S, debuted back in June 2012, is a full-sized, completely electric, five-door vehicle. This model nabbed a perfect 5 stars rating from the NHTSA for its automobile safety rating.

This model looks stunning with its lightweight aluminum body and frameless, tempered safety glass front windows. Aside that, it also features power folding, heated side mirrors with memory along with 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels with all-season tires.

The Model S comes with a 17-inch touchscreen display which supports Bluetooth and comes with three spoke, multi-functioning steering wheel with tactile controls.

This vehicle also features a seven speaker stereo system with support for MP3, AAC and MP4 music formats. With features like this, it’s pretty obvious that most folks would enjoy cruising with their favorite tunes blasting off the speakers.

However, it looks like the Model S has been dampening some driver’s moods. According to various Reddit threads, many Model S users have been reporting of an issue with their media player.

One Redditor, who owns a Model S 85 with AP1, started seeing problems with his media player ever since he installed 8.1. The owner said that his USB music no longer shows timing, artist, album and song title – instead it only shows file name.

The Model S owner added that he had rebooted the center console twice but the problem still persists. Have you been facing a similar issue? Or, do you have any suggestions on how to fix it?

Well, this is definitely a frustrating issue when music often is a huge part of most of our lives – if you do have something to say, leave us a comment below!