‘Summon’ Feature Drives Tesla Model S Into Trailer: Autonomous Bungle, or Driver Error?

According to news outlets who spoke with the owner of the Model S, Jared Overton of Utah, Overton said he parked his Model S behind a truck with a large trailer when he was out running errands.
A few moments later, Overton returned to find his car crashed into the trailer parked in front of him, Electrek reports. Electrek reports that Overton contacted Tesla Motors to report that his car had driven itself into the other vehicle on its own. Tesla engineers reported that they reviewed the car’s logs, and discovered that the car’s “Summon” feature had been activated. The Summon feature on a Model S “allows the car to drive itself on short distances without anyone in the car,” Electrek explains.