Adjusting the Front and Rear Vents
Model 3 has a unique horizontal face-level vent that spans the width of the dashboard. It also has vents at the bottom of the rear console.
- Driver vents
- Driver controls
- Passenger controls
- Passenger vents
- Rear vents
- Rear controls
Using the touchscreens, you can pinpoint exactly where you want to direct the air flowing from this vent when heating or cooling the cabin. When the face-level vent is on you can adjust the direction of the air flow from each vent. To adjust the direction of the air flow, touch the radiating air waves from the corresponding vent on the touchscreen. The air flows in a single stream when centered or splits into mirrored air streams when air is directed outward or inward from the center of the vent.
To turn the front passenger vent off while the climate control system is on, touch the front passenger air wave on the touchscreen and follow the instructions.
Cabin Air Filter(s)
Model 3 has one or more air filters to prevent pollen, industrial fallout, road dust and other particles from entering through the vents.