If configured on your car, your Model 3 will indicate that Traffic-Aware Cruise Control and Autosteer are available by presenting a gray steering wheel and speed dial icon below your speedometer. When available, press down on the gear selector once to engage Traffic-Aware Cruise Control, or twice to engage Traffic-Aware Cruise Control and Autosteer. The Traffic-Aware Cruise Control and Autosteer icon will then highlight blue to indicate that they are engaged.
To deactivate Autopilot, move the gear selector up and release, or press the brake pedal. Icons will return to gray or disappear to indicate that the Autopilot features are no longer active. Other driver or vehicle inputs may also cancel one or both Autopilot features. For example, with both TACC and Autosteer engaged, you may manually steer the wheel to cancel Autosteer while TACC remains engaged. To learn more about Autopilot and its additional features and operation, please review your Owner’s Manual.
While using Autopilot features, it is your responsibility to stay alert, drive safely, and be in control of the vehicle at all times. Ensure your hands are always on the wheel, and you are monitoring the in vehicle alerts for any notifications, warnings, or status changes.