Media and Audio
USB Hub Connections
12V Power Socket
Your Model X has two USB connections
Your Model X has a power socket located on
the front of the center console. An additional
12V power socket is located in the rear trunk.
Power is available whenever the instrument
panel and touchscreen are on.
located on the front of the center console that
you can use to connect USB devices. To play
audioﬁles stored on a USB drive connected to
these ports, see My Music & Devices on page
You can also use these connections to
charge USB devices.
The 12V power sockets are suitable for
accessories requiring up to 11A continuous
draw (15A peak) or a maximum of 150
continuous watts (180 watts peak).
In addition, Model X has two charge-only USB
connections located at the rear of the center
console, and another charge-only connection
located between the third row seats.
Note: In situations where Model X is unable to
detect the key (low battery, interference, etc),
place it immediately below the 12V power
socket in the center console where Model X
can best detect it.
Note: You can charge four devices
simultaneously using the two ports at the
front of the center console and the two at the
rear of the console.
Warning: The power socket and an
The Model X USB Hub alsooﬀers a dedicated
Wi-Fi connection. This connection allows
passengers in the rear seating positions to
change climate control settings using a unique
Tesla smartphone app.
accessory’s connector can become hot.
Model X Owner's Manual
|Categories||Tesla, Tesla Model X|
|Document Type||Owners Manual|
|Product Brand||Tesla, Model X|
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