What's New (v5.8.1)
You can configure the corner/center complications to show % SoC instead of range. To do this, head to the settings screen inside Stats app on your watch.
What's New (v5.8)
Interactive widgets (requires iOS 17): Tap twice on buttons to interact without launching the app. Even the Lock Screen action widgets no longer open the app.
New exclusive feature: Frunk/trunk Proximity Activation
Tap on a watch face complication (shown below) while you are at the store and when you approach the car, the trunk (or frunk) opens automatically. Useful for those situations where your hands are full
Brand new watch app with several complications and lots of interaction buttons and info.
Note: you need to replace the old complication on your watch face with the new ones
Use the Digital Crown to scroll up on any watch face to see information about your car(s)
The firmware histograms can now be sorted based on the FSD version of firmware version
The app connects to the car much faster now. Even the Today Widget is optimized and shows car info even when the car is asleep
What's New (v5.7.21)
You can now export your trips and the app also generates a report that you can use to determine your tax deduction associated with car trips
What's New (v5.7.20)
Now you can ask questions from Tesla manual and get the answers from all different sections of Tesla manuals put together using GPT technology
What's New (v5.7.18)
Charging with the sun: When enabled, the app adjusts the car charging power to match what your solar panels produce
Benefits:You pay no transmission cost because the power meter reads close to zero. If you have batteries, it avoids charging and discharging the batteries and the energy waste associated with it
The sun icon shows up only when the car is charging
Charging with the sun is per charging session and defaults back to regular charging with max power after the charge stops
What's New (v5.7.17)
Now, you get a notification when the car starts to download a new firmware update
You will also see a new icon in the app when a new update is available for download
What's New (v5.7.16)
The "watch key" feature of the app is upgraded to act very similar to the way iPhone unlocks your car: Just pull the handle while wearing the watch. If the car is locked, the watch will unlock and lets you drive it.
Don't forget to pair the watch with the car first. See FAQ inside the app if need help with pairing
What's New (v5.7.12)
Now you can automatically unlock the car as you approach it with your Watch if you don't have your iPhone with you.
No tapping, no, launching any apps, no talking to Siri, no internet connectivity required
Useful for when you go for a run or surfing or don't want to carry the iPhone with you for any reason.
What's New (v5.7.11)
Four new watch face complications for interacting with the car
Unlock and start the car using bluetooth with a tap on the watch face (key icon)
Open the charge port (bolt icon) or open the frunk/trunk using bluetooth by just tapping on the watch face icons
Added a lock button for locking the car using Bluetooth
What's New (v5.7.10)
Use your watch as the key to the car
Uses Bluetooth, so works without internet connectivity or iPhone or Key Card
Use Bluetooth to:
Unlatch driver door
Unlock and drive the car
Open charge port
All watch operations that required internet connectivity still work
What's New (v5.7.7)
See your trips and their stats. Filter for week/month/year or custom dates. Efficiency for individual trips.
What's New (v5.7.6)
Deals & Coupons
Looks for exclusive promo codes from Tesla accessory vendors in this section of Stats app
What's New (v5.7.4)
Live Charging Activity
When the car is charging launch the app and you will get a Live Activity widget on the lock screen
If your iPhone supports Dynamic Island, the app also will show info charging.
Long-press on the island to get more info. You can also stop charging and unlock the charge port from this screen
What's New (v5.7.3)
New Solar Widget to keep track of your solar generation (needs Tesla Solar)
A new tab to show solar generation information.
What's New (v5.7.1)
New look for the big widget with more info
Widgets do not wake the car if it's asleep already and show a sleep indicator if the car is asleep
If you have only one car or if you do not need to see the name of the car in the widget, you can hide it now
Reminder: in iOS 16 to configure lock-screen widgets, after adding a widget while in the customization mode for widgets, tap on the widget. For Stats app widgets, you can change the car that is associated with the widget or hide the car name.
What's New (v5.6.9)
More Lock Screen Action Buttons
Added buttons for opening the charge port and opening/closing the garage door
What's New (v5.6.9)
Action buttons on the lock-screen
Now you can also interact with the car right from the lock-screen
What's New (v5.6.7)
Lock-screen Widgets (iOS 16)
View vital stats for your car on the lock-screen
What's New (v5.6.6)
Map with Nearby Superchargers
The map shows the number of available stalls and total number of stalls. Tap on the supercharger to send the address to the car
What's New (v5.6.1)
Your Driving Pose
Take a picture and Stats app uses AI to analyze your pose and makes recommendations on how to improve it
What's New (v5.5.22)
Keep track of the charge types in the past 30 days
What's New (v5.5.20)
Stats app will vent the windows if inside temperature exceeds the temperature that you specify. It also closes the windows once temperature goes below what you specify.
You can require a confirmation or you can let the app do this automatically.
What's New (v5.5.19)
This new widget tracks TSLA and compares its daily activity with NASDAQ/S&P.
In addition it show the RSI which is a metric related to oversold/overbought. Some analyst believe that RSI less than ~30% indicates oversold (ie, stock is cheap) and above ~70% indicates that it is overbought (ie, expensive)
More info about TSLA is also shown in the app (settings tab)
What's New (v5.5.16)
Dog Mode can be activated and deactivated using Siri on iPhone/iPad or Apple Watch or using the button in the Stats iPhone app.
As with any other Siri Shortcut, you can use the Shortcuts app (by Apple) to create buttons on iPhone or Complications on Apple Watch to invoke the Siri Shortcut)
What's New (v5.5.12)
View Sentry videos by connecting your storage device to your iPhone/iPad (this feature is in the Settings tab).
You can easily browse videos and see the location associated with the Sentry videos on a map
Double-tap on any of the four videos while playing to make it full-screen
This new feature also creates a single video file that contains all four clips side-by-side (eg, for your car insurance) including a timestamp.
You can delete individual videos or delete entire folders (long-press on a folder to delete all videos inside it).
Any USB to Lightning adapter that is recognized by iOS works. See the FAQ inside the app for some adapter recommendations.
What's New (v5.5.9)
Tap on the "compare" button to see how percentage of Tesla software distribution has changed compared to the day before. This shows which versions are being pushed out and how quickly
This pie chart shows percentage of FSD beta users. You can filter this based on car model
The app issues a notification if tire pressure is out-of-wack
What's New (v5.5.8)
New: You can now filter the histogram of Tesla software versions based on FSD or non-FSD. Tap on the bar to see the FSD Beta version
New: Location of charge is shown below the charge rate graph
What's New (v5.5.3)
Added new Siri Shortcuts ("where is my car") which shows your car on the map and says the address for car location.
What's New (v5.5.2)
Added new Siri Shortcuts to turn on/off climate.
The existing "Climate & Seat Heaters" shortcut allows you to set the temperature and seat heaters.
What's New (v5.4.26)
Tire pressures on the main screen. Supports psi, kPa, bar units (change in the settings tab).
Your car needs to have 2022.4.x or newer to support this.
What's New (v5.4.25)
New Home Widget
The app will let you know when a new Tesla software version is detected in the fleet
What's New (v5.4.21)
Customize your car image in the app. Several designs are provided
What's New (v5.4.18)
Added a new gauge that shows your total battery capacity. This is included in the one-time in-app purchase for battery comparison.
Improved complication for the X-Large Watchface
What's New (v5.4.16)
Added a new graph that compares your maximum Rated range with other similar cars with similar mileage.
The app uses a machine learning to perform this comparison.
This requires a one-time in-app-purchase (not a subscription)
What's New (v5.4.5)
Added Safety Score info for cars that have received FSD beta or have Tesla Insurance
What's New (v5.3.3)
Added new themes (head to the settings tab to change the theme)
Changed the layout for controls. All controls at your fingertips
What's New (v5.3)
The Today Widget has been updated.
The Today Widget is in addition to the Home Widget and allows you to interact with the car from the Today Screen.
See the FAQ inside the app for instructions related to adding the Today Widget
What's New (v5.3.1)
Added buttons to the Home Widget for quick access to frequently use functions.
Added a new Siri Shortcut for starting the car. Now you can use Siri on your iPhone or your Watch to start the car.
What's New (v5.1.8)
Updated Watch App
New button to show your car and your position on the map
Walking/driving directions to your car on your watch
Icons for quick access to functions
What's New (v5.1.4)
Enable/Disable schedules for smart features
Smart Battery Prep
What's New (v5.1.1)
Stats keep track of your car maintenance and sends you notifications when it is time to perform a service.
Cabin Air Filter
Brake Fluid Test
Go to the Settings tab in the app to enter information for your car and enable notifications for car maintenance