Embarrassing. I had the fob in my backpack because I had no pockets in my running shorts. Trunk and driver's side door open. I loaded my backpack into the trunk, aware that the fob was contained inside. As I closed the trunk, the shock of the closure caused the front door to swing shut (wind plus slight uphill parking spot). I thought, "No big deal... the handles are still out." But then, within .2 secs, the handles pulled in. I pushed on the handles but they wouldn't present. I still had my phone in my hand, so I pulled up the Tesla app, but the phone wouldn't connect (endless spinning circle, "Trying to connect to Model S.") Questions: Is this normal behavior? Wouldn't the car sense the fob within the interior and act as though it was physically nearby? Why would the handles retract immediately after the door shut? Any ideas why the app couldn't connect? I think it's because the console computer was once again unable to get LTE (I verified this later: it needed to be rebooted for the 500th time and then LTE came back and my app worked again). My friend's Range Rover refuses to let you lock the car if the fob is within the vehicle. The Tesla apparently locks itself with the fob inside. Is there an option somewhere to emulate the Range Rover's behavior?