I currently drive a Prius, and naturally it uses blended braking, part regen / part traction. The "coasting" regen is very weak and doesn't slow the car down much at all. In slippery conditions, when you step on the brake, the regen braking stops and the ABS kicks in to make sure you can stop without skidding out of control. I am in the line to get a Model 3 next year, and I am curious how Teslas operate compared to my Prius. I know the coasting regen is much heavier than the Prius, able to almost stop the car completely. If I were to take my foot off the accelerator on a slippery surface, how would the Tesla handle it? Would it slip out of control due to the heavy regen braking, or does it have a sort of ABS that works when doing heavy regen? Or does it disable it completely and require you to use the brake pedal for actual ABS? Thanks!