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Consumer Reports slammed Tesla's controversial Smart Summon feature, saying it sometimes acted like a drunk driver (TSLA)

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Consumer Reports slammed Tesla's controversial Smart Summon feature, saying it sometimes acted like a drunk driver (TSLA)· Consumer Reports said Tesla's Smart Summon feature worked inconsistently and questioned the benefits owners receive from it in a review published on Tuesday.
· Smart Summon allows a vehicle to drive to its owner in a parking lot or driveway.
· Consumer Reports found that the feature would at times stop or deactivate...
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News video: Florida man tests Tesla’s new Smart Summon feature in car park

Florida man tests Tesla’s new Smart Summon feature in car park 01:08

This was the moment Gabriel, a self-proclaimed Tesla addict summoned his car from across the car park. The clip, filmed on September 29, shows the moment the car drives across the parking lot without a driver. “Tesla rolled out the new version of their software to their fleet, this is the...

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