For Tesla owners, this week marks a new milestone: perpendicular parking. From Tesla: To make it easier to park in a variety of situations, Model S can now also back up into perpendicular spaces using Autopark. Drive completely past the space at no more than 10 mph until the ‘P’ appears in the instrument panel. Then use the same Autopark functions as in parallel Autopark – starting canceling, pausing, resuming, and so on. As Vimeo user James Hansbert shows us (at about 7:06), the feature works flawlessly. After a failed first attempt — his fault, not the car’s — the…

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