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High Speed AEB Automatic Emergency Braking

scottf200

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Feb 3, 2013
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The Model S and X have High Speed AEB (> 50 MPH & <= 90 MPH). It appears that the 3 only has Low Speed AEB at this point (<= 50 MPH).

Perhaps this has been discussed but has there been any news on Tesla doing testing and then adding High Speed AEB (note: hardware radar/camera are typically the issue but the 3 has them. On the Volt, for example, you only get the undocumented High Speed AEB if you also get the Driver Confidence Package II and ACC/Adaptive Cruise Control).
(Aside: Volt and Bolt Low Speed AEB is <= 37 MPH; Gen II LEAF is Low Speed <= 50 MPH; Volt's undocumented High Speed AEB supposedly comes with ACC -- can not find doc)

Model 3 manual:
Automatic Emergency Braking operates only when driving between approximately 7 mph (10 km/h) and 50 mph (80 km/h).

Tesla Autopilot 2.5 Activates High-Speed Automatic Emergency Braking
 

scottf200

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Chicagoland ModelX S603
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