Videos about Summon

Past Tesletter articles

[Summon] How steep is too steep?

@TonyTesla4Life, fellow Tesla owner and creator of the ‘Quick bandit’ license plate mount, has thrown some light to why Summon is not working on steep surfaces and how much is too much. The answer is 5 degrees. Check it out!

From issue #153

2018.24.1 brings summon, WiFi, and cabin overheat protection to the Model 3

The latest software update brings these long-waited features to the M3 in addition to speed limit mode and TACC on-ramp off-ramp released for MX and MS as well.

Read more about 2018.24.1

From issue #14

Advanced Summon should be ready in ~6 weeks

Elon recently published a tweet storm where he went in more detail about what to expect for Advanced Summon:

  • Car will drive to your phone location
  • You’ll be able to drive it from your phone remotely like a big RC car if in line of sight
  • It’ll work on all cars made in past 2 years (HW2+)

It certainly sounds ambitious but if Tesla can deliver something like this it would be awesome!

Read more: Twitter

From issue #32

Reverse summon is coming

It’s not the first time that Elon Musk mentions they’re working on rewriting the core foundation code of Autopilot, he recently shared on Twitter that after that and 3D labeling, reverse Smart Summon (AKA Smart Autopark) will be available soon.

Read more: Twitter

From issue #101

Smart Summon (supposedly) coming up soon

Improved Summon / Autopark coming up soon. And “next year” (in Elon’s time ehem), Teslas will be able to find empty slots on a parking lot and park.

Read more: Twitter

From issue #31

Summon coming in Model 3

Elon Musk said on Twitter that summon is coming to M3 and a more advanced version will be available in MS and MX (HW2 only tho).

Read more: Twitter

From issue #12