It has always fascinated me how Tesla automatically slows the car under TACC to enable a safe speed on sharp bends. A particularly good example for me occurs on my regular trip from Melbourne to Portland via Cobden. In the attached video, I have the cruise control set at 100 km/hr and am aware of the impending hard right bend approaching. The Tesla automatically slows to about 63 km/hr when negotiating the bend and then gradually increases speed to the set 100 km/hr after completing the turn. In my previous vehicles I had needed to disengage cruise control to slow the car prior to entering the bend, but with Tesla's TACC the slowing and return to set speed are controlled by the TACC system and it performs perfectly. I have traveled this road many times and in different vehicles. It is such a pleasure witnessing the control the Tesla displays when negotiating this and other bends in the road. Are there other Makes of cars on the road today that perform this sort of controlled speed around sharp bends?