Tesla Model S JSON is not an official Tesla API. However, it is based on the Tesla Model S and it provides documentation used by the iOS and Android apps. This API can help developers in the auto industry to go beyond controlling just one car, since logged in users can add several vehicles at a time. Tesla Model S unofficial API works like a remote control from the comfort of a mobile phone. To show some examples, the site displays the features of vehicle list, vehicle status and vehicle commands. The vehicle list section includes all vehicles added in the system. The status shows charged battery and open doors. The vehicle commands can charge the car, flash the lights, and honk the horn. It is supported by JSON and REST protocols.
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