Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: Traffic Lights

When driving with Autosteer or Traffic-Aware Cruise Control engaged, and Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control enabled, Model S is designed to respond as follows when approaching intersections controlled by a traffic light:

Traffic Lights

  At a solid green traffic light, or at a traffic light that is currently off (not illuminated), Model S slows down.

If you are following a car in front of you that continues through the intersection, the instrument panel displays a green stop line and provided your hands are detected on the steering yoke, Model S also continues. If a car is not in front of you, the instrument panel displays a red stop line and you must confirm that you want to continue through the intersection by briefly pressing the accelerator pedal. If you don't confirm, Model S stops at the red stop line.

NOTE: Model S resumes the set cruising speed when it continues through the intersection, taking into consideration the speed of a vehicle in front of you.

Traffic Lights

  Model S slows down and comes to a complete stop at the red stop line displayed on the instrument panel. When you want to continue through the intersection (for example, the light turns green again, or once Model S has come to a complete stop), you must briefly press the accelerator pedal.

Traffic Lights

Traffic Lights

  Model S slows down and comes to a complete stop at the red stop line displayed on the instrument panel. When you want to proceed through the intersection (for example, the light turns green again), you must briefly press the accelerator pedal.

NOTE: If the traffic light changes after you've confirmed that you want to proceed (for example, a green traffic light turns yellow), Model S may stop instead of continuing, especially if Model S determines that it can safely stop before entering the intersection.

NOTE: Model S is not designed to proceed through an intersection when the traffic light is red or if the light turns yellow in situations when there is adequate distance to safely stop before entering the intersection.

NOTE: You can take over driving at any time by manually braking to cancel Autosteer or Traffic-aware Cruise Control.

Traffic Lights

  Model S slows down. To proceed, you must briefly press the accelerator pedal. If you don't, Model S stops at the red stop line displayed on the instrument panel.

NOTE: To prevent Model S from stopping, and to minimize how much it slows down as it approaches, you can confirm that you want to proceed by briefly pressing the accelerator pedal at any time after the instrument panel displays the red stop line. Model S resumes your set cruising speed immediately after you confirm (taking into consideration the speed of a vehicle in front of you).

WARNING: Approach attentively and be prepared to press the brake pedal to slow down or stop.

Traffic Lights

  Model S slows down and comes to a complete stop at the red stop line displayed on the instrument panel. When you want to proceed through the intersection (for example, traffic laws and conditions indicate it is safe and legal to proceed), you must briefly press the accelerator pedal.

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