After so many attempts to get AEB to kick in, i've got it! The reason it took so many tries is because the driver hit the brakes before AEB could engage. It's hard to say if the car would have stopped in time, had the driver not braked in those instances. Anyway, the video is below along with the blog post. Thanks Tesla, for another immaculate feature! Blog Post I also tested Model S's ability to detect pedestrians while travelling around corners. This isn't supposed to work, as Tesla has not commented on this functionality. The ultrasonics picked up the pedestrian, but, obviously did not activate AEB. Apparently both the radar and camera did not pick up the pedestrian at all.