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Smart Summon (if available) allows you to summon Model Y to your position (using your phone's GPS as a target destination) or to a destination of your choice, manoeuvring around and stopping for items as needed. When your phone is within 213 feet (65 metres) of the Model Y, Smart Summon works with the Tesla mobile app. Smart Summon drives the Model Y out of parking spaces and around corners using ultrasonic sensors, cameras, and GPS data. This is useful for getting your Model Y out of a tight parking spot, across puddles, or retrieving your vehicle while carrying packages. Maintain a clear line of sight between you and Model Y at all times, and keep a watchful eye on the vehicle and its surroundings.
See Also Autopilot Summon.
Caution: Ensure that all cameras and sensors are in good working order. Autopilot performance can be harmed by dirty cameras and sensors, as well as weather conditions like rain and faded lane lines.
WARNINGS: Smart Summon is exclusively created and intended for usage on private property parking lots and driveways when the surrounding area is familiar and predictable. Smart Summon should not be used on public roadways.
Smart Summon is only meant to be utilised on paved areas.
COME TO ME: Hold the COME TO ME button down. The Model Y follows your GPS coordinates. Model Y follows you around as you go. When the Model Y reaches you, it comes to a complete stop and shifts into park.
GO TO TARGET: To place the pin on a certain destination, tap the crosshair symbol and drag the map. Hold the GO TO TARGET button down. The Model Y arrives at its destination. When the Model Y arrives at the destination, it comes to a halt and shifts into Park, and the mobile app displays a message stating that Summon has been accomplished.
The crosshair symbol on the map switches between the GO TO TARGET and COME TO ME modes. The icon is blue when COME TO ME mode is selected.
Note that there is an icon on the map that allows you to show/hide satellite images.
When you start Smart Summon in either mode, the danger lights flash quickly, the mirrors fold, and the Model Y shifts into the proper driving gear (Drive or Reverse). Model Y then advances slowly to within 3 feet (1 metre) of you (COME TO ME) or your desired destination (GO TO TARGET), avoiding obstructions as necessary. The accompanying red arrow on the map moves with Model Y to illustrate the vehicle's location. The corresponding blue dot moves with you to represent your location.
When you release the button on the mobile app, Model Y stops moving and switches into park in either mode.
There's no need to glance at the app—just hold the button down while keeping an eye on the Model Y and its path at all times, ready to release the button to bring the vehicle to a halt if necessary.
If you have Auto HomeLink activated for Summon (touch Controls > Autopilot > Summon > Use Auto HomeLink), Smart Summon will open a HomeLink device for you if you start the Smart Summon manoeuvre while inside a garage. The door has opened, according to the mobile app.
WARNING: When you release the button to halt Model Y, there is a brief delay before the car comes to a complete stop. As a result, it's vital that you pay close attention to the vehicle's driving path at all times and anticipate any obstructions that the vehicle might miss.
WARNING: When employing Smart Summon in circumstances where obstacle movement is uncertain, use extreme caution. For instance, when there are people, children, or animals.
WARNING: Smart Summon may not stop for all things (particularly extremely low objects like some curbs or very high objects like a shelf) or react to all oncoming or side traffic. Keep an eye on the Model Y and be ready to stop it at any time by releasing the button on the mobile app.
Turn on Standby Mode to keep Model Y ready to Summon and shorten the time it takes to warm up. Autopilot > Customize Summon > Standby Mode > Touch Controls When Standby Mode is enabled, you can save battery life by disabling it at the following locations:
Note: Smart Summon automatically exits Standby mode from midnight to 6:00 am to save energy. There will be a delay while Smart Summon is starting up during these hours.
Note: While in Standby Mode, additional battery power may be consumed.
When you release the button on the mobile app, Smart Summon stops Model Y. Simply hit the COME TO ME or GO TO TARGET button to resume the Smart Summon session.
WARNING: Always plan ahead for when you'll need to shut down Model Y. There may be a short delay between when you release the button and when the car stops, depending on the quality of the connection between the phone and Model Y.
Smart Summon is canceled and needs to be restarted when:
In the following scenarios, Smart Summon is unlikely to work as intended:
Smart Summon will be disabled if the car is in Valet mode.
WARNING: The foregoing is not an exhaustive list of conditions that could cause Smart Summon to malfunction. It is the driver's obligation to keep Model Y under his or her control at all times. Keep a close eye on Smart Summon whenever it is actively moving Model Y and be ready to act quickly. Failure to do so can result in significant property damage, personal harm, or death.
Tesla Inc. was not involved in the development of this document and did not provide any input or otherwise edit, review or authorize it.