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Received the "chill mode" version today. Is it true that regen is also "chilled" while on this mode?

Tiger

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Oct 31, 2016
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Internet says, that it would not make any sense for CHILL mode to affect regen, because regen has its own independent setting.
 

gtmotor

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It does NOT affect regen. I drove about 50 miles in chill mode today with the steering set to comfort. It makes the car feel very different, I think a lot of people are going to like it (feels like a Lexus ES or something).

However, it's not for me. My car is back in sport steering and standard acceleration now :)
 
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brkaus

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I was really hoping chill mode only affected the autopilot, but unfortunately it also caps maximum output even in full-manual mode.

Next patch, hopefully.
I personally do t care for the AP acceleration profile. I think it is too little early and too much at faster speeds.

But to me, chill is for grandparents or younger folks learning to drive. I like it for that purpose.
 
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