Tesla API Client
This library allows access to the unofficial Tesla API for reading data and issuing commands to Tesla vehicles.
A key feature of this library is that it offers an easy way to sync OAuth credentials with a data store of your choice. Credentials are auto-saved on login, or during token refreshes.
import tesla_client tesla_client.init(CLIENT_ID, CLIENT_SECRET) # Get these values from https://pastebin.com/pS7Z6yyP # Define an Account subclass of your own to manage OAuth credential storage class MyTeslaAccount(tesla_client.Account): def get_credentials(self): return your_credentials_store.get() def save_credentials(self, creds): your_credentials_store.save(creds) account = MyTeslaAccount() # Log in (and automatically save the OAuth credentials) account.login('firstname.lastname@example.org', 'password') # Access a vehicle in this account vehicle = account.get_vehicles() # Fetch some data from the vehicle vehicle.data_request('drive_state') # Send a command to the vehicle vehicle.command('honk_horn')
The Tesla API is not officially supported by Tesla, Inc. It may stop working at any time. For detailed documentation of API commands, see https://tesla-api.timdorr.com/. Thanks to Tim Dorr for his work in documenting the unofficial API.
Tesla, Inc. does not endorse or support this python library.
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