Does anyone know the actual logic behind autopilot so us users can be more aware of what it's actually doing and what it's capable of? I mean like for example I've noticed it seems to prioritise auto steer in the following manner. 1) Dual lane markings 2) Single side lane marking (tends to be closer to the line it senses than in mode 1) 3a) Follow preceding car if lane markings are poor. 3b) Follow preceding car in bumper to bumper traffic. Things I'm really curious to know is like how close does another car have to come beside you before the auto steer takes evasive action? Or does it actually ignore that and follows it's lane markings if visible. Is the adaptive cruise control safer when set with a larger separation or is its ability to reduce speed and prevent a collision with the preceding car independent of how close you choose to follow preceding car because the car will brake harder? What kind of closing speed triggers the collision warning and how is the AEB triggered?