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Why can my doors open when the key is out of range?

I'm sure this is a head-smack obvious issue. The other month I leaned against my '13 Model S doors and the handles presented. I figured my wife left a key in the garage.


They keys were on the other side of the house, along with my phone, certainly more than 30 feet away.

It's repeatable, any time. I can go out there now, without any keys, or phone, and push the handles and they open.

So is there some mode or feature that allows this? I plan to turn off Passive Entry, but I think this is unrelated.

I missed something obvious, right?