Just leased a 2018 q60 red sport. It is the model without the direct adaptive steering. Once I got it out on the open road, I noticed what I think is (or might be) a problem with the steering, or maybe the alignment. After I get it up to a decent speed, the car seems to consistently require frequent minor corrections to keep the car centered in the lane. It doesn’t appear to favor the right or left, the necessary corrections can require a clockwise or counterclockwise slight turn of the wheel. I had the car in standard mode, and upon changing it to sport it improved slightly. What I'm describing feels like more than the normal steering adjustments one normally makes during driving. It just has a kind of “squirrelly” feel that doesn’t seem normal, but I guess it's possible this is normal. Has anyone had a similar experience? Any thoughts on this?