Tesla Model Y Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model Y: Charging Status

Charging status displays on the instrument panel when the charge port door is open.

  1. Time remaining: The estimated time remaining to charge to your set limit (see Charge Settings).

NOTE: When charging to 100%, the vehicle may continue to charge with low power when charging is displayed as complete. This is expected operation. Because the added energy beyond this point is low, it is usually not beneficial to continue charging.

  1. Charging: The current power of the charger.
  2. Charging rate: The maximum current available from the attached charge cable.
  3. Range gained: Estimated increase in driving distance achieved in the charging session.
  4. Driving distance: Displays the total estimated driving distance or energy percentage (depending on your display setting) available.

NOTE: To change how energy units are displayed, touch Controls > Display > Energy Display.

  1. Charge status: Charge status messages (such as Supercharging, Scheduled Charging) display here (see Scheduled Charging and Scheduled Departure).


     During Charging

    During charging, the charge port light pulses green, and the touchscreen displays real-time charging status. The frequency at which the green charge port light pulses slows down as the charge level

     Stopping Charging

    Stop charging at any time by disconnecting the charge cable or touching Stop Charging on the touchscreen. NOTE: To prevent unauthorized unplugging of the charge cable, the charge cable latch remains

     Charge Settings

    Access charge settings by touching Controls > Charging when Model Y is in Park. You can also touch the battery icon on the touchscreen to access charge settings. 1. Driving distance: Displays t


     Visual and Audio Feedback

    When you shift to Reverse, the Park Assist view displays on the left side of the instrument panel, showing objects that are in close proximity to the front and rear of Model Y. This view closes when you shift into Drive unless an object is detected close to the front of Model Y, in which case t

     Event Data Recorder (EDR)

    Model Y is equipped with an event data recorder (EDR). The main purpose of an EDR is to record, in certain crash or near crash-like situations, such as an air bag deployment or hitting a road obstacle, data to better understand how the vehicle's systems performed. The EDR is designed to record

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