Introducing a new navigation system for your vehicle that provides improved routes, more accurate arrival times, and a more responsive instrument cluster view to better display upcoming maneuvers.
This release also includes new maps on the touchscreen. You can now view the maps in satellite view and see nearby points of interest.
We welcome feedback about the new Navigation. Send email to [email protected], or press the voice commands button on the right side of the steering wheel and say "Note," followed by your comments.
Tesla owners in China can now listen to music via QQ Music. You can select QQ Music from the Media menu. Simply scan the QR code with WeChat or QQ on your phone to start enjoying your favorite artists, stations, and songs.
Navigate on Autopilot intelligently suggests lane changes to keep you on your route, and makes adjustments so you don’t get stuck behind slow cars or trucks.
Enable Navigate on Autopilot by going to Controls > Autopilot and first enabling Autosteer. For each route where the feature is available, you have the option of enabling or disabling it by pressing the NAVIGATE ON AUTOPILOT button located in your Navigation turn list. You can also enable Navigate on Autopilot at the start of each route where the feature is available by setting ENABLE AT START OF EVERY TRIP to YES.
Once enabled for your route, Navigate on Autopilot can be activated on controlled-access roads by pulling the cruise stalk toward you twice in quick succession. While activated, a single blue line will indicate the path ahead, keeping your car in the lane. Gray lines may appear to indicate upcoming lane changes based on your route or to suggest opportunities for you to move to a faster lane. When active, Navigate on Autopilot will also guide your car toward highway interchanges and exits based on your destination.
Once enabled for your route, Navigate on Autopilot can be activated on controlled-access roads by moving the gear lever fully down twice in quick succession. While activated, a single blue line will indicate the path ahead, keeping your car in the lane. Gray lines may appear to indicate upcoming lane changes based on your route or to suggest opportunities for you to move to a faster lane. When active, Navigate on Autopilot will also guide your car toward highway interchanges and exits based on your destination.
Adjust how aggressive Navigate on Autopilot makes lane changes to keep your car at the set speed by changing the SPEED BASED LANE CHANGES setting which can be found in Controls > Autopilot > CUSTOMIZE NAVIGATE ON AUTOPILOT.
Navigate on Autopilot can make lane changes without requiring the driver to confirm the suggested lane change. To turn off lane change confirmations go to Controls > Autopilot > CUSTOMIZE NAVIGATE ON AUTOPILOT %gt; REQUIRE LANE CHANGE CONFIRMATION and set it to NO. With lane change confirmations turned off, you can also adjust how you prefer to be notified by adjusting LANE CHANGE NOTIFICATION. With confirmation turned off, lane changes will only be made once we’ve confirmed that the driver’s hands are on the wheel. Disabling lane confirmation does not abdicate the driver of their responsibility to keep their hands on the wheel, be engaged at all times and carefully monitor their car's surroundings.
Note: Before this feature can be enabled, camera calibration will be required, and the latest version of Navigation maps must be downloaded via WiFi.
You now have the option to receive new software updates as soon as they become available for your car configuration and region. Tap Controls > Software > Software Update Preference > ADVANCED.
With Summon, you can move your car in and out of a parking space from outside the vehicle using the Tesla mobile app. Using data from the ultrasonic sensors, Summon is designed to maneuver your car forward or reverse into a parking space. Before operating Summon, use the touchscreen to enable it. Tap Controls > Autopilot > Summon (Beta). Then tap CUSTOMIZE SUMMON to specify how Summon operates whenever it parks or retrieves your vehicle. Please refer to the Owner’s Manual for more detailed information about this feature.
The AUTO setting for adjusting the display brightness has been tuned to better account for ambient light, particularly when in night mode. This setting can be enabled in Quick Controls or by tapping Controls > Display > Brightness > AUTO. As a reminder, even if the AUTO setting is selected, you can further adjust the display brightness to suit your preference by manually dragging the Display Brightness slider.
Your vehicle will now display conditional speed limits, such as a speed limit based on time of day, weather condition, etc. If there is a conditional speed limit for your current road, it will be displayed in grey below the regular speed limit sign.
Note: This feature requires the latest map data. Please connect to Wifi to download the latest map data.
You will now receive a mobile push notification warning every 30 minutes if your car battery level reaches 20% or lower while Dog Mode is enabled. Your car's climate and screen will temporarily stay on during this time.
Note: Check local laws for any restrictions on leaving pets unattended in your car.
Model X is now able to emit confirmation sounds when locked, unlocked, or if there is a mislock (for example, if a door is not fully closed). To enable this feature, tap Controls > Vehicle > Lock Confirmation Sound.
Your car can now charge up to 200kW at third-party stations.
This release contains minor improvements and bug fixes.
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