On Halloween, Even The Dead Drive A Tesla Model 3


You didn’t think this day would pass without us providing some Halloween-related content, did you?

First of all, Happy Halloween! A wonderful holiday in which we get to walk around in the cold and stay up too late on a work night (and school night). Not to mention, many kids have a half day of school to put an additional damper on productivity. Time to get them all hopped up with sugar and then deal with the repercussions. While Halloween may be a blast when you’re a kid, it sometimes seems like a punishment to parents. However, there are some adults out there that are surely making the best of it, like this Tesla Model 3 owner.

Can you imagine the looks from people that don’t know about Tesla Summon Mode? Even better would be Tesla Autopilot, however, we know that would be a terrible idea … and illegal. Perhaps someone could film it on a closed track? Hopefully someday, when Full Self Driving technology comes along, we’ll be able to publish a video of a ghoul or goblin driving a Tesla vehicle down the road. Until then, you can Summon the dead to pull your car out of the garage.

Video Description via iamGEEKshow on YouTube:

Halloween, Tesla-Style

No bones about it, this Tesla Model 3 drives like a dream. Even the dead want a spin.


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Here’s the crazy thing: the only other car I know of off the top of my head that has a similar Summon feature is a top-of-the-line BMW M760i for $180k. (There may be others, but I saw Doug Demuro review this car and demonstrate the “summon” feature.) Now, every Model 3 with AutoPilot (which will be available for as little as $40k) has it.

I have a feeling we’ll be seeing a lot of skeletons in driver’s seats once full autonomous is a thing. Everyone will think they’re being clever and funny.

And, of course, lots of “Otto the Auto Pilot” blow-up dolls from the movie Airplane XD