I understand if AEB is engaged by MS, it will reduce driving speed by 25 MPH if the car was already going 5-85 MPH. I've searched through a myriad of other TMC threads to no avail. Can anyone provide their POV as to why Tesla has elected to implement what I consider a "partial AEB solution", vs. AEB attempting to bring MS to a full stop if it believes a crash is unavoidable? TACC and Autosteer bring MS to a full stop as a matter of course when necessary, and according to the manual, AEB involves use of the camera and radar even when TACC is off. I'm just puzzled trying to understand Tesla's design choice not attempting to always bring MS to a full stop in emergencies. FWIW: My former 2013 Lexus RX450h had their optional Pre-Collision System (which included a more limited sort of TACC), but it would not bring the car to a full-stop in any situation including under radar cruise control -- it would only sound warnings for the driver to take final action at a certain point. IMHO, part of that lack of automation was because of their lagging tech at the time and very conservative nature. OTOH, my former 2014 MBZ SLK with optional Distronic Plus which included what they call Pre-Safe Brake, would attempt to bring that vehicle to a full stop with emergency braking if a crash were imminent between 4-124 MPH. Since MBZ has provided AEB-like function with full-stop for years, it's odd to me that Tesla does not (unless TACC or Autosteer is engaged?) Your thoughts are appreciated.