It’s common to say that everything about Tesla is world news. This time, there’s a video clip of a Tesla Model Y crashing into a $3.5 million private jet.
According to the information, all this happened after the owner activated the “Smart Summon” function.
Tesla's Smart Summon allows you to take the car to the owner
A video posted on Reddit last Thursday shows a Tesla slowly crashing into a private jet. According to the information, the value of the plane is 3.5 million dollars, and the accident occurred after activating the job. Intelligent calling. This feature allows to bring the car to its owner, within a maximum distance of 60 meters and in line of sight.
Evidence that can be seen in the video reveals that the owner did not pay much attention to the car's movements, as there seemed to be plenty of time to see that the car was heading in the direction of the aircraft.
Also, for Smart Summon to work, the owner needs to keep his finger on the app button. As soon as you lift your finger, the car stops. In this case, it is especially alarming that the Tesla continues to move forward after contact with the aircraft.
The person who originally posted the video wrote that he saw the accident happen at an event hosted by aircraft manufacturer Cirrus.
The intelligent recall function is designed for use in parking lots or where the surrounding area is familiar and predictable. The problems with this function are already known and accumulate over time, which reveals that this "movement" of the car is still not very smart and reliable.
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