I had a recent issue (second time actually) with the falconwing doors hitting the ceiling in a parking garage. I was in a parking garage and I reached into my pocket to grab my keys and in doing so I hit the button to raise a falcon wing door, and up it went. It did not stop when it should, and it hit the ceiling, and another paint chip. My pocket was a bit tight and so i guess when i grabbed the keychain, i pushed against the button on the key fob. It so happened that the door that activated was on the other side of the car and i could not get over there fast enough, nor get keys out of pocket fast enough to stop the door from going up.
I want to make a feature request, but have no idea of where to do it, nor what others may think of the suggestion.
Id like to request that there be a setting in the car that enables or prevents the key fob from raising the trunk and/or falcon wing doors (i hit the trunk one time too). It's so easily to accidentally push the button when reaching for keys… and if the detection system does not work properly, then you end up with car damage.
Realistically there is little reason to open the falcon wing doors and or trunk from the keychain. I mean, the buttons are right there on the car.. and if I have to push the button on the actual car to raise the door, then at least i'm there and can grab the door if it comes close to something. I wonder if others feel the same? If you park in a parking garage often, then this would force you to be beside the door when it goes up to make sure it doesnt hit anything. Parking garages are filled with all kinds of obstacles that it seems the sensors cannot detect.