Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: Trip Information

Displaying Trip Information

Trip information displays on the touchscreen when you touch Controls > Trips. For the current trip, you can display distance, duration and average energy usage. You can also show distance and total and average energy used since your last charge and for additional trips.

To name or rename a trip, touch the trip's name, enter a new name for the trip, then press Save. To reset a particular trip meter, touch its associated Reset button.

Odometer

To display the odometer, touch Controls > Software or open the mobile app.

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