Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: Autopark

NOTE: Depending on market region, vehicle configuration, options purchased, and software version, your vehicle may not be equipped with Autopark.

Autopark uses data to simplify parking on public roads by maneuvering Model S into parallel and perpendicular parking spaces.

CAUTION: Ensure all cameras and sensors are clean. Dirty cameras and sensors, as well as environmental conditions such as rain and faded lane markings, can affect Autopilot performance.

WARNING: Autopark's performance depends on the ability of the cameras and ultrasonic sensors to determine the vehicle's proximity to curbs, objects, and other vehicles.

WARNING: Do not use Autopark if anything, such as a ball hitch, bike rack, or trailer, is attached to the tow hitch. Autopark may not stop for hitches when parking between or in front of other vehicles.

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 Parameters

Autopark detects potential parking spaces based on the following parameters: Perpendicular Parking Your driving speed must be below 8 mph (13 km/h). If driving too fast, Autopark may not be able

 To Use Autopark

When driving, follow these steps to allow Autopark to maneuver Model S into a parking space: 1. While driving slowly on a public road, monitor the instrument panel to determine when Autopark has de

 To Pause Parking

To pause Autopark, press the brake pedal once. Model S stops and remains stopped until you touch Resume on the touchscreen. To Cancel Parking Autopark cancels the parking sequence when you manually

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 Autosteer

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 Identification Labels

Vehicle Identification Number You can find the VIN at the following locations: Touch Controls > Software. Stamped on a plate located at the top of the dashboard. Can be seen by looking through the windshield on the driver's side of the vehicle. Printed on the Vehicle Certification labe

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