I was driving down a steep road today and went to brake at a red light before turning right. No cars in front of or beside me, roads were dry, no abrupt stop, etc. All pretty boring stuff, except... ...as I was slowing down with my foot on the brake, I could have sworn the car accelerated fairly quickly without my lifting my foot off the brake. I looked behind me and there was a car there, but nowhere close to me, although I didn't have my USB drive plugged in (it was full and I forgot to put it back in the car), so not sure if he came to a sudden stop or not (I didn't hear any brakes screeching, and nothing seemed at all out of place when I looked back). I only mention the hill because I know it will give me a warning when I'm accelerating up that same hill and a car goes to stop/turn in front of me. I've filed a bunch of bug reports, but have given up at this point (I can't imagine the system wouldn't be able to tell that I'm on a steep hill and compensate accordingly, but, as a fix, I've adjusted the setting to warn me "late" because it will trigger nearly every day otherwise). Anyway, I'm almost sure I wasn't imagining things today, and I only went forward a few feet, but I was wondering whether it could have been a safety feature of the car that pushed me forward? I've never felt anything like that from a car before...I thought maybe I had slipped on black ice or something, but it definitely felt like an acceleration (and it was nearly 70 degrees today). I know you hear stories of people hitting the "gas" instead of the brakes, but I was just stopping in the ordinary course and didn't move my foot once I felt it moving forward (other than to press the brake harder). Just thought I'd post to see if I'm hallucinating.