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Tesla’s ‘Smart Summon’ Doesn’t Act So Smart In Parking Lot Incident

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Tesla has been criticized in the past for getting its owners essentially beta evaluation ais dvanced semi-autonomous driving purposes on public streets, and the specific same argument has been made for the recently-introduced ‘Smart Summon’ attribute .

The purpose, rolled out officially in September, allows owners to operate their Tesla through a smartphone. We’t seen it used , such as to pick an owner up out a shop during a torrential rainstorm, however for the most part, it’s been quite troublesome, alerting Consumer Reports to compare it to some glitchy drunk driver.

Read: NHTSA Looking Into Crashes Related To Tesla’s ‘Smart Summon’ Feature

Inside this event featuring a Model X, the electric crossover could be viewed reversing out of a parking space and gradually heading towards the driver. Nevertheless because there were no lane markings from the parking lot, the Tesla starts to harshly veer in the moment a Honda Accord creates a turn in. The Honda driver is forced to hit the brakes while the proprietor, of this Tesla seems to let go of the button controlling Model X, forcing it. It’s tough to tell from this clip when the two made contact with each other.

This isn’t the only incident involving Tesla’s ‘Smart Summon’ feature, as in the days immediately after its release, a number videos of a lot of near-misses and at least one crash arose. In cases the Tesla doesn’t even have a run-in with another automobile, it frequently crosses into opposing traffic and performs maneuvers.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it will not hesitate to act if it finds evidence of a safety-related flaw with the machine.

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