Tesla Model X Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model X: Shifting


 Auto Shift out of Park

NOTE: Auto Shift out of Park is a BETA feature and is disabled by default. When Auto Shift out of Park is enabled, Model X is designed to use inputs from various sensors to automatically select Dri

 Shifting Using the Touchscreen

When you press the brake pedal when parked, the drive mode strip displays on one side of the touchscreen. Use the drive mode strip to shift Model X: swipe up for Drive, swipe down for Reverse or to

 Shift Using the Center Console

In addition to manually shifting on the touchscreen, you can shift by pressing P, R, N or D located on the center console. In most situations, these buttons are not available until you press one of


 Steering Interventions

Lane Assist provides steering interventions if Model X drifts into (or close to) an adjacent lane in which an object, such as a vehicle, is detected. In these situations, Model X automatically steers to a safer position in the driving lane. This steering is applied only when Model X is traveling

 Touchscreen Overview

In addition to the instrument panel, Model X is equipped with a front and rear touchscreen. NOTE: Throughout this Owner's Manual, the front touchscreen is referred to as the "touchscreen" whereas the rear touchscreen is referred to as the "rear touchscreen". WARNING: Always pay attention to road

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