So we did a 24hr test drive of an X this weekend. Overall it was an incredible experience. The biggest issue we had was opening the FWD in the garage. They would barely crack open and being a loaner, and my general unfamiliarity with the settings, I didn't want to experiment too much with trying to get them to open more. There was clearly enough room for them to open more. Maybe there are work-arounds but I didn't see anything obvious in the door menu or on google. Here's my idea for a simple solution. Make the doors movable by manual manipulation. Now the doors are likely too heavy to move unassisted, so my idea requires the motors to augment the manual manipulation and make them feel weightless. to open from the outside you would press the chrom handle button. The door would open to whatever limits the sensors let it. Then you would press and hold the door close button on the bottom-side of the door. This would allow the augmented movement mode. Then you could move the door as appropriate to maneuver the door fully open. Push the door up or swing it out as necessary. Similarly from the inside you'd open it as normal then hold down the button and push the door fully open. I don't think this idea would require additional sensors or other hardware features. Just a software update. The doors already sense their position and have some kind of resistive force feedback mechanism. A human augmenting the door sensors with human vision would greatly improve functionality.