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Screenshots are from a Model S, but it should be similar on the Model 3:

Select "Autopilot" from the settings menu:
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Activate "Mit Autopilot navigieren (Beta)"
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Select "MIT AUTOPILOT NAVIGIEREN" ANPASSEN
& select the options

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When activating a destination in the Navigation you should get the NOA option
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But prior to NOA, "Lenkassistent (Beta) must be activated

Then you should get 2 blue lines when Autopilot is activated.
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or 1 center blue line when NOA is activated (only when driving on Highway)
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Screenshots are from a Model S, but it should be similar on the Model 3:

Select "Autopilot" from the settings menu:
View attachment 463110

Activate "Mit Autopilot navigieren (Beta)"
View attachment 463111

Select "MIT AUTOPILOT NAVIGIEREN" ANPASSEN
& select the options

View attachment 463112


When activating a destination in the Navigation you should get the NOA option
View attachment 463114

But prior to NOA, "Lenkassistent (Beta) must be activated

Then you should get 2 blue lines when Autopilot is activated.
View attachment 463118


or 1 center blue line when NOA is activated (only when driving on Highway)
View attachment 463115
Brilliant - thanks for the effort to post this!
My car doesnt have these options for some reason. Booking a service right now!