I think the whole point is that if you managed to brake & avoid it then it did not need to cut in.Rogerone said:A few trucks and cars in my town suddenly stopping in front of me.
I had to brake all the time to avoid impact, no warning or auto emergency brake, and I was very close.
So how should it work? Is it standard equipement after all?
Edit: A second video
It doesn't work below 3MPH according to my handbook.DZ1 said:Hi everyone,
According to the Owner's Manual the system is activated when there's a risk of collision as long as the AEB box is ticked on the instrument display menu. What's really interesting is that it doesn't work above 50mph where there's a real risk of injury and it doesn't work below 5mph like for example when pulling away from a roundabout and driving into the back of someone! (not guilty). Also, once it's activated it'll apply maximum braking automatically, great...however if you swerve it will disengage and presumably release the brakes (hopefully your foot will already be on the brake pedal by then).