Awesome Tesla trips: find a route, including supercharger stops. Bonus: chat with the Tesla manual!
Supercharger is a plugin that helps to find the best route for your Tesla. Simply provide the origin and the destination, and optionally up to two stop over locations. The plugin will return the total trip duration and distance, a table with the superchargers name, location, stop time in mins, and details, and also a map image with the route and superchargers plotted. Ask the plugin for information about vehicle operation by providing a semantic query and the vehicle model, year, and software version. The plugin will return relevant text and associated images with easy-to-understand tutorials, so you can chat with the Tesla manual! Always remember to check with the official Tesla website for the most up-to-date information.
Learn how to use Supercharger effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "I want to plan a road trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles in a Tesla Model Y. Can you help me find the best route and any superchargers I'll need?"
Prompt 2: "I'm interested in finding superchargers near Yosemite National Park. Can you show me where they are?"
Prompt 3: "I'd like to know the latest updates about Tesla's Autopilot feature for a Model 3."
Features and commands
|This command provides a route for your Tesla, including necessary charging stops. It also displays a map with the route and superchargers plotted. You need to provide the origin, destination, Tesla model, and optionally up to two stopover locations. The response includes a table of supercharger information, including name, location, stop time, and details. The response also includes the total trip duration and distance, as well as a URL to the image of the route map.|
|This command allows you to find superchargers in a specific radius around a given location. It displays a map with the superchargers plotted. You need to provide the location string. The response includes a table of supercharger information, as well as a URL to the image of the map.|
|This command allows you to ask questions about Tesla vehicle operation by providing a semantic query, car model, and year. Optionally, you can also provide the software version. The response includes an array of text chunks from the manual and links to image pairs, which correspond to the text chunks and associated images with page references. The images are shown inline on the page.|