- Aug 18, 2021
True!! I can report from first hand experience that is true. My only experience so far on a lightly snow covered but slippery road at 45 MPH is that the car will squirm a bit but I never felt like I was going to lose control. Impressive stability control! Of course, nothing like a full set of Hakkas like my last car had. I'm retired now so if it gets bad enough I just stay home.My understanding is that testing has shown that regen is reduced after slippery surface is detected. So, after the first instance of slip, the regen automagically becomes low. Bjorn the YouTuber has a video showing SMT and how the regen reduces.
I'm speaking from 56 years of experience driving in Wisconsin.