Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Autosteer

Note: Autosteer is a BETA feature.

Autosteer builds upon Traffic-Aware Cruise Control, intelligently keeping Model 3 in its driving lane when cruising at a set speed.

Autosteer also allows you to use the turn signals to move Model 3 into an adjacent lane. Using the vehicle's camera(s), the radar sensor, and the ultrasonic sensors, Autosteer detects lane markings and the presence of vehicles and objects to steer Model 3.

Warning: Autosteer is a hands-on feature.

You must keep your hands on the steering wheel at all times.

Warning: Autosteer is intended for use only on highways and limited-access roads with a fully attentive driver. When using Autosteer, hold the steering wheel and be mindful of road conditions and surrounding traffic. Do not use Autosteer on city streets, in construction zones, or in areas where bicyclists or pedestrians may be present. Never depend on Autosteer to determine an appropriate driving path. Always be prepared to take immediate action. Failure to follow these instructions could cause damage, serious injury or death.

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 Operating Autosteer

Before you can operate Autosteer, you must enable it by touching Controls > Autopilot > Autosteer (Beta). To indicate that Autosteer is available (but not actively steering Model 3), the t

 Auto Lane Change

When Autosteer is active on a vehicle equipped with Auto Lane Change, you can use the turn signals to move Model 3 into an adjacent lane without moving the steering wheel (which would cancel Autos

 Stop Light and Stop Sign Warning (U.S. only)

Depending on market region or vehicle configuration, Stop Light and/or Stop Sign Warning may not be available on your vehicle. While Autosteer is in use, Model 3 displays a warning on the touchs

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 While Driving

Cold weather can increase energy consumption because more power is required for driving, cabin and Battery heating. Follow these suggestions to reduce energy consumption: Using the seat heaters to keep warm is more efficient than using climate controls. Lowering the cabin temperature and

 To Use Traffic-Aware Cruise Control

To use Traffic-Aware Cruise Control, you must be driving at least 18 mph (30 km/h), unless a vehicle is detected ahead of you. If a vehicle is detected ahead of you, you can use Traffic- Aware Cruise Control at any speed, even when stationary, provided Model 3 is at least 5 feet (150 cm) behin

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