Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: Right Scroll Button

Use the scroll button on the right side of the steering yoke to control Autopilot features such as Autosteer and Traffic-Aware Cruise Control:

Steering Yoke

  • When driving, push and release the button to engage Autosteer or Traffic-Aware Cruise Control (see Autosteer). If Autosteer Activation is set to Double Click (touch Controls > Autopilot Activation > Autosteer Activation), a single push engages Traffic-Aware Cruise Control (see Traffic- Aware Cruise Control) only and you must push and release twice to engage Autosteer. Once engaged, pushing the button cancels Autosteer and/or Traffic-Aware Cruise Control.
  • When Model S is in Park, push the button twice to automatically engage Summon (if equipped) before exiting the vehicle (see Starting Summon Before Exiting the Vehicle).
  • When Traffic-Aware Cruise Control is engaged, rolling the scroll button up/down increase/decreases the set cruising speed respectively.

NOTE: There is currently no action associated with pushing the right scroll button to the left and right.

Heated Steering Yoke

To warm up the steering yoke, touch the temperature icon on the touchscreen to display climate controls (see Overview of Climate Controls), then touch the steering yoke icon. When turned on, radiant heat keeps the steering yoke at a comfortable temperature.

Horn

To sound the horn, press and hold the horn button on the right side of the steering yoke.

Steering Yoke

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