As far as I know, regenerative braking is affected in cold temperatures for a number of miles until the battery warms up. This could be potentially a safety issue because the driver is used to slow down with reg braking. Do you think it will be possible in new cars with digital control brakes to have a software update that makes the actual brakes act as regenerative braking when reg is not possible? The driving esperience would always be the same. When releasing the right pedal the driver will always perceive a “reg braking”, whether it’s actually regenerative or digital controlled. At the beginning it would be 100% software controlled and 0% regenerative, then 80/20, 50/50,… until the battery is ready for 100% regenerative braking. I think that would be great and get the driving experience even closer to perfection. And with the growing number of Tesla in the roads, that will prevent non experienced Tesla owners to complain about this little thing.