Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: Boombox

NOTE: Boombox is available only on vehicles equipped with the Pedestrian Warning System (PWS).

Boombox, an app in Toybox, uses the Pedestrian Warning System (PWS) speaker to play media externally when Model S is parked. You can customize sounds by plugging in a specifically-formatted USB drive, as described below.

NOTE: Check local laws before using Boombox in public places.

1. Play current media

  • Internal and external volume control.
  • If Camp Mode is enabled in Climate Controls, you can exit the car and control the volume with the mobile app.

2. Megaphone When ON, you can project a modulated voice through the vehicle's external speaker.

  • Available in Park only.
  • External volume control.

3. Horn sound

  • Available in Park only.
  • Settings can be adjusted only when in Park.
  • Selecting from a USB drive plays the first five seconds.

Formatting a USB drive for Boombox

Follow these steps to add up to five custom Boombox sounds:

1. Using a computer, format a USB drive to exFAT, MS-DOS FAT (for Mac), ext3, or ext4 (NTFS is currently not supported) and upload audio files to a folder named Boombox.

  • Supported file types:.wav and.mp3.
  • You can add as many files as you want to the folder, but you can only select from the first five, as listed alphabetically.
  • File names, of any length, can only contain these characters: a-z, A-Z, 0-9, (. - _ ).
  • The drive should only contain one folder; it cannot be shared with Dashcam.

2. Plug the USB drive into a front USB port.

3. Choose sounds from your USB drive by selecting them from the Boombox dropdown menu.

Car Colorizer

Change the color of your Model S on the touchscreen by navigating to Toybox or Controls > Software. Touch the color swatch next to the vehicle name and customize the paint, tone, and more.

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