That's not how this is supposed to work.

Motor Trend's Mark Rechtin recently posted a video of magazine's loaner Tesla Model X in a parking next to an Audi Q5.

Rechtin attempts to automatically open the front door of the Model X and to his surprise, the door gives the nearby Audi quite a decent nudge.

What's unexpected here is that it's not a fault with the Falcon Wing doors, but rather the more simplistic front doors that, although they open automatically if told to, nonetheless still open in a conventional manner. Are we to believe that the nearby Audi was not detected by the door sensors?

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