Suppose that $M$ is a smooth manifold with a measure $\mu$ and let $L^2(M, \mu)$ be a space of all square-integrable functions on $M$.

Recall that $L$ is a *hypoelliptic differential operator* if for every $f \in \mathcal{D}(L)$, if $Lf$ is in $C^\infty(M)$ then $f$ is also in $C^\infty(M)$.

Could anyone give a reference regarding the example when $L$ is hypoelliptic but its adjoint w.r.t to $\mu$ is not hypoelliptic? Could this happen to the Hörmander operators, when $L$ is defined as $$ L = \sum_i X_i^2 + X_0 $$ and the Lie algebra generated by $\{X_i\}$ spans the entire tangent space?

I am mostly interested in the case when $\mu$ is induced by the Riemannian metric and $M$ is complete.

Thanks!