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Watch closely, when Elon waves his hand, it dropped the glass and popped the door. Now the white dots though, is that for override you guys think? Whats everyones thoughts

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Oh, yeah, you can see the confirmation light on the little oval at the bottom of the pillar.

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I am wondering if those lights are an override button of some sort. I hope there is a way to override that / turn off auto pop doors for safety reasons. Or, driver door only.

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I am wondering if those lights are an override button of some sort. I hope there is a way to override that / turn off auto pop doors for safety reasons. Or, driver door only.

-Greggertruck
Yeah, from the app.

The demo on of the door sensors were like those thumbprint scanners on phones. So you can use a card, proximity, leave it unlocked, leave it locked, etc. I wonder if they will use biometerics or not as an option.

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While he and Franz were talking you can see the door pop open 1/4 of an inch and close itself 2-3 times.
Well spotted. The no door handles thing seems like more gimmicky, over engineered stuff from Tesla, like the gullwing doors on model x.
 

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My guess and hope for production is that the doors, frunk, tailgate, and ramp are electro-mechanical like the Model X; with facial recognition as another credential.

I had a dream that I was in a war zone with my CT and I got out to stealthly look around. I would use a combination of conversational vocal commands, hand gestures, body language, and other non-verbal language to tell it to provide cover, ground support, reconnaissance, and retrieval. Some day perhaps. :D
 


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While he and Franz were talking you can see the door pop open 1/4 of an inch and close itself 2-3 times.
At 2:37+, even from a distance, you can see the door (which was cracked open in the closeup) close automatically, the reflections in the windows shift.
 
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Seems like the door has a physical press which you see Elon use when he gets in. It's similar to how you open a microwave door.
 
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