Musk reveals Tesla’s intention to launch auto-parking feature Autopilot remains an important foundation

Continuing to break through the traditional pioneering thinking skills is undoubtedly a key reason for Tesla’s success. From a vast hypercharged network to a constantly stable UPDATE of OTA capabilities, Tesla has fundamentally changed the way the modern automotive industry experiences take them. Elon Musk, one of the company’s key decision makers, is also adept at actively discussing it with a wide range of users on social media.

Musk reveals Tesla's intention to launch auto-parking feature Autopilot remains an important foundation

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In smart summon, for example, this feature allows users to wake up an electric car in the parking lot early and then wait for it to come to the owner’s side to save time on foot.

Of course, there’s still a lot to be done with this feature, and there’s no shortage of embarrassments on the web and in news reports caused by the imperfection of smart Summon features.

It has been pointed out that, while Smart Summon is impressive, it is more of a glitzy solution to “solve a problem that doesn’t exist”.

Musk reveals Tesla's intention to launch auto-parking feature Autopilot remains an important foundation

Even so, Elon Musk is quite active on Twitter and doesn’t mind revealing his next steps in his communications with users.

In response to an Anner J. Bonilla question, Musk said recently that Tesla does have plans to create a pilot “reverse call” (i.e., auto-parking) feature.

But before that, the company needs to work on Autopilot’s core base code and 3D tag. Once all these work is done, the rest can come naturally and quickly.