As many have noted, when approaching a concrete block at the front of a parking space, the car will initially show it with a red line and indicate the distance. However, as you get closer, the camera sees over and past the block, and starts reporting the distance to an object beyond. But why? The object is still there. The car knows where it was and my approach speed. I can’t do the math, but the car can. Why doesn’t it correctly report its location and that I’m about to run into it? Of course, I would prefer a view from the front camera showing me what is right in front of me, and believe that Tesla missed an opportunity in this case. But at least it should report low obstacles accurately. Just do the math!