Tesla Model Y Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model Y: Canceling and Resuming

To manually cancel Traffic-Aware Cruise Control, press the brake pedal or briefly move the drive stalk up once. The cruising speed icon on the touchscreen turns gray to indicate that Traffic-Aware Cruise Control is no longer active.

WARNING: Do not hold the drive stalk up for more than one second. Doing so cancels Traffic-Aware Cruise Control and shifts Model Y into Neutral.

Canceling and Resuming

To resume cruising, move the drive stalk fully down once then release.

Canceling and Resuming

NOTE: When Traffic-Aware Cruise Control cancels, Model Y does not coast. Instead, regenerative braking slows down Model Y in the same way as when you move your foot off the accelerator when driving without Traffic-Aware Cruise Control (see Regenerative Braking).

WARNING: Traffic-Aware Cruise Control cancels, or may not be available, in the following situations:

  • You press the brake pedal.
  • Your driving speed exceeds the maximum cruising speed of 90 mph (150 km/h).
  • You shift Model Y.
  • A door is opened.
  • A camera or sensor is obstructed. This could be caused by dirt, mud, ice, snow, fog, etc.
  • The traction control setting is manually disabled or is repeatedly engaging to prevent wheels from slipping.
  • The wheels are spinning while at a standstill.
  • The Traffic-Aware Cruise Control system is failing or requires service.

When Traffic-Aware Cruise Control is unavailable or cancels, Model Y no longer drives consistently at a set speed and no longer maintains a specified distance from the vehicle ahead.

WARNING: Traffic-Aware Cruise Control can cancel unexpectedly at any time for unforeseen reasons. Always watch the road in front of you and stay prepared to take appropriate action. It is the driver's responsibility to be in control of Model Y at all times.

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