How To Turn On Autopilot In A Tesla Model S – SlashGear
Tesla states that before engaging the Autopilot features, drivers must agree to a prompt noting that hands must be kept on the vehicle’s steering controls at all times. Tesla also makes note of the fact that fully autonomous driving isn’t yet a reality for these advanced automation features, even as they provide immensely accurate steering, speed, and braking control. These enhancements may be coming in the future, but they are not a reality as of yet.
To engage the driver assistance features, you’ll want to first decide on which feature is most appropriate for the situation.
To autosteer your Tesla Model S:
- Pull the cruise control stalk toward you twice.
- A grey steering wheel will appear next to the speedometer when the system is ready.
- When the system is engaged, the wheel will change to blue.
- You’ll then need to keep your hands on the wheel to maintain the autosteer function.
To initiate automatic lane change:
- Activate autosteer.
- Hold the steering wheel.
- Confirm a lane change operation by engaging the turn signal in the desired direction.
To use Autopilot navigation:
- First navigate to Autosteer options on your control panel by selecting Controls > Autopilot > Autosteer.
- Then enable the “Navigate on Autopilot” option.
- Ensure that your cameras are calibrated and the latest navigational maps are downloaded.
- Select “NAVIGATE ON AUTOPILOT” in your Navigation Turn List to use this feature while driving.
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