Tesla Model 3 User Manual Leaked In Full

Posted: Nov 25 2017, 5:26am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Tesla Model 3 User Manual Leaked in Full

User’s Manual for the Tesla Model 3 has Finally been Leaked in its Entirety

While all car drivers got a look at Tesla’s Model 3 owner’s manual on a partial basis, no one has read it from beginning to end. Now though it has been leaked online and anyone can peruse it to his or her heart’s content.

Tesla Motors has also opened up its orders online for all its fans and admirers. Usually, Tesla makes its user’s manuals available in cyberspace, but this was an exception to the rule.

Now it too has been added to the list of declassified operation manuals. A frequenter of Reddit spoke of how he had called he assistance center of Tesla and they had sent him the manual for the Model 3.

The manual is from September of this year. Ideally, Tesla Motors ought to update it since safety comes first. There are a whole lot of interesting things in the manual. Whole portions of the manual have been copy pasted from Model S and X manuals, according to Electrek.

This is for convenience’s sake and also to ease things since much is shared in common between all these Tesla brands. A large part of the manual is all about the Autopilot function.

Yet there are a few key points which are unique to the Model 3 alone. The new controls on the scroll buttons on the steering wheel are included in these.

Besides these, the adjustable exterior mirrors are another feature. The manual goes into the nitty gritty details of the car. The removal and installation of the hub caps on the wheels has been mentioned as well.

Below is the complete user manual of Tesla Model 3:

Tesla Model 3 Owners Manual by Fred Lamert on Scribd

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