I got to test the perpendicular (ie. typical parking lot) auto parking a couple of times this week and I'm just not going to use it unless it is tweaked. Not because it does a bad job parking, it does OK there but like with the parallel parking there is far too much steering while not moving. The last time I tried it, we drove back out, and pulled back in, which is fine, but there was aggressive steering all around, almost all of it occurring while completely stopped. It had me clenched every time. If this had been a fine American product from my past I'd be terrified at the stress to the steering linkage. No fear with that here of course with the best car in the world but there are tender and expensive treads that take all that magic to the pavement. Did I say the tires are expensive already ? I'm not a material scientist but I am 100% sure that this is ridiculously stressful to the tires, especially considering the weight of the Model S. I'm hoping to see the kind of coding and logic prowess that went into the orig. "rubber band" power gauge here... not an insurmountable challenge to make car move a bit and then steer. It's not like I'm suggesting we should see driver profile changes trigger all the adjustments at once or anything :wink: For the record I imagine we may not have that due to added stress to the 12V system, but that shouldn't mean anything for this, even if the steering is powered off the 12V. I'd even bet less power is needed to turn the wheel when the car is moving.