The USB hubs are designed for all first-generation center consoles. Early versions have two USB-A outlets:
More recent versions have a USB-C on the left, and USB-A on the right.
Be sure to chose the correct option for your Tesla, you can find these outlets at the very front of your center console. All models have 3 x USB-A ports on the front, together with a MicroSD card slot. The USB A/A hub has a single USB-C outlet, the USB C/A hub has 2 USB-C outlets. Please refer to the FAQ tab for more details.
All Models feature:
The video below is of almost no help, but great production values :-).
Installation is very easy, the trickiest bit is lining up both USB plugs. But make sure the car is at a comfortable temperature, take your time, and with a bit of wiggling you'll find the right location and it'll slide right in.
Is the QI Charging Pad (or the Tesla OEM Charging Pad) compatible with the hub?
Absolutely. The Hub supports PD 3.0 power delivery, so is compatible with both hubs. To ensure the wireless charging pad is fully optimized, ensure you plug in the USB ports as shown below:
Why am I not able to format my microSD Card from my touchscreen?
Your car will only be able to do this if you have one storage device plugged in. Unplug anything else (including the USB stick in the glovebox, if you have a newer model) and try again.
What can I plug into my Hub?
All USB-C, USB-A ports and the microSD reader support USB2.0 data transfer, which means your devices connected to the hub are able to communicate with the vehicle. For example:
How Powerful is the Hub?
The Hub is only as powerful as what feeds it :-) If you plug more than one device in, then the Dynamic Power Control will spread the available charge to whatever's plugged into it. The total power outs are: