Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Track Mode

Track Mode, available only on Performance Model 3 vehicles, modifies the vehicle's stability control, traction control, regenerative braking, and cooling system to increase performance and handling while driving on closed circuit courses. Track Mode improves cornering ability by intelligently using the vehicle's motors, and regenerative and traditional braking systems. When enabled, the cooling system runs at an increased level during and after aggressive driving sessions to allow your vehicle's systems to withstand the surplus heat.

Track Mode is always disabled when you start Model 3. To enable Track Mode for your current drive, shift into Park, then touch Controls > Driving > Track Mode. When enabled, TRACK displays on the touchscreen above the driving speed. You can disable Track Mode at any time by turning the setting off on the touchscreen.

Track Mode remains on even after you exit your vehicle to quickly cool powertrain systems between driving sessions. Track Mode automatically turns off when the vehicle is sufficiently cooled or if the vehicle is powered off and you power it back on again.

Warning: Track Mode is designed for use on closed circuit driving courses only. It is the driver's responsibility to drive safely and ensure that they do not endanger others.

Warning: Track Mode is designed to be used by experienced track drivers familiar with the course. Do not use on public roads. It is the driver's responsibility to be in control of the vehicle at all times, including on the race track. Because vehicle behavior (including Traction and Stability Control behavior) differs from typical use, drivers should use caution when using Track Mode.

Note: Track Mode was designed and calibrated for Performance Model 3 with the Performance Upgrade Package. Vehicles without performance brakes and tires may experience comparatively lower performance and endurance.

Note: When Track Mode is enabled, all Autopilot features are disabled or unavailable (including safety features such as Automatic Emergency Braking, Forward Collision Warning, etc.).

Note: Some settings, such as Slip Start, Regenerative Braking, are overridden and cannot be changed until Track Mode is disabled. When Track Mode is disabled, the settings return to their previous state.

Note: Stopping Mode is set to the Roll setting whenever Track Mode is enabled. In this mode, Model 3 is free-rolling at very low speeds whenever it is in a driving gear and both the accelerator and brake pedal are released.

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