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    Falcon wing edge damage/not closing fully

    2022 Model X, picked up June '22. The very bottom of my driver's side falcon wing door had intermittently stuck out when closed. On-sote service rep couldn't recreate when there but whe shown pics he said it was probably just the rubber settling. It seems to be permanent now and, due to its...
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    How bad are Falcon Wing doors?

    The only reason why I dont buy X are FW doors. I saw a videos of rain/snow falling in. Doors are slow. Doors not closing. Doors not opening in winter. Doors hurting kid libs and fingers. Doors hitting people when opening etc. I want to know from owners. Do you like your FW doors?
  3. MiamiEV

    New sensor in Falcon Wing doors. No more bruised heads.

    I took delivery of my MX this week and while going over the car I was told about a new sensor that is now built in to the interior of the Falcon Wing doors. The sensor checks if anyone is present underneath the door prior to closing. I have tested and can confirm that it works. Before I...
  4. SoCal Tsla

    How To Manually Open Tesla Model X Falcon Wing Doors Without Power

    Recently a Model X involved in an accident caught fire and the passengers were not able to open the falcon wing doors because the power is off. This video is about how to manually open the falcon wing doors. Please share it as it may save lives... Or subscribe my channel, thanks~
  5. Ormond

    Setting Falcon Wing Doors to Fully Open

    i took delivery of my Tesla yesterday and later in the day was showing the X to my neighbor. I had the car in the driveway. When I opened the falcon wing doors (FWD), they only opened to 3/4 height. I don't have any trees nearby. I was able to go to my touchscreen and open the door fully. I...
  6. slyastro

    VIDEO: FALCON WING doors explained by Mark Templeton

    Mark Templeton, who's got the 3rd Model X ever made (Elon Musk got the 1st one!), explains to a very curious young lady how the Falcon wing doors work. The sensors detects when a person is nearby ... so Mark is not hit by the door, even if he's very close ... except his glasses! Very good...