Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Media and Audio

Overview

Touch the Media Player icon at the
bottom of the touchscreen to play various types of media through your vehicle's speaker system. The media options available to you depend on market region and options chosen at time of purchase. For example, you can stream internet radio or podcasts (if equipped with premium connectivity), listen to FM radio.

You can also play audio files from a Bluetooth or USB-connected device.

Media Player provides three different levels of viewing that you can access by dragging the Media Player window upward or downward.

Initially, just the Miniplayer displays. The Miniplayer, which occupies the least amount of space on the touchscreen, displays what's currently playing and provides only the basic functions, mostly associated with what's playing. Drag upward to display Recents and Favorites and access the icons you can use to change your media source (described next).

Drag upward again to browse through all available options for the chosen type of source content.

Use the icons across the bottom of Media Player to change your media source (for example, FM, Streaming, or a Bluetoothconnected device). Use the tabs on the left to narrow down the type of content you want to browse through-the associated content displays on the right. For Radio, you can browse through Favorite Stations or you can touch Direct Tune to enter the frequency of a specific channel. For Streaming, you can browse through Favorites, Top Stations, DJ Series, and Genres.

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 Volume Control

Roll the scroll button on the left side of the steering wheel up or down to increase or decrease volume respectively. The scroll button adjusts the volume for media, navigation instructions, or ph

 Favorites and Recents

For most source content, your favorites display at the top of Media Player's expanded view for easy access. To add a currently playing station, podcast, or audio file to your Favorites list,

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 Using Smart Summon

Open the Tesla mobile app, and press SUMMON. Press the Smart Summon icon located in the center of the image of your Model 3. It may take several seconds for Smart Summon to start up. Note: You can use Standby Mode to eliminate the delay that occurs when Smart Summon is starting up

 Adjacent Lane Speed

Due to market region and vehicle configuration, this feature may not be available on your vehicle. When your vehicle is moving at a significantly faster speed than neighboring lanes, Model 3 automatically reduces your driving speed. This is especially helpful in heavy traffic situations or wh

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