The G70 is an amazing car. The added safety features make me feel safe and confident in vehicle i purchased.

joschneider

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Steers into the other lane? Not sure if I like that aspect of the collision avoidance. That can cause more problems than just rear ending someone
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EdP

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Steers into the other lane? Not sure if I like that aspect of the collision avoidance. That can cause more problems than just rear ending someone
I never heard of that before. Not sure it happened that way from what I've seen. He may have steered and did not realize what he did.
 

PD705

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I never heard of that before. Not sure it happened that way from what I've seen. He may have steered and did not realize what he did.
Correct, he likely applied steering at the last second. The car won't take evasive steering action. In fact, if there's any driver input at all (steering, throttle, or braking are applied by the driver), the FCA system aborts the braking sequence.
 

danygenesis

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Correct, he likely applied steering at the last second. The car won't take evasive steering action. In fact, if there's any driver input at all (steering, throttle, or braking are applied by the driver), the FCA system aborts the braking sequence.
Not so simple. If the driver depress the brake but the car "estimates" that the braking power applied by the driver is not enough it will apply more braking power. If the driver moves the steering wheel or depress the gas pedal sharply it will deactivate the FCA.

This is from the Owners Manual

Brake operation
• In an urgent situation, the braking system enters into the ready status for prompt reaction against the driver’s depressing the brake pedal.
• The FCA provides additional braking power for optimum braking performance, when the driver depresses the brake pedal.
• The braking control is automatically deactivated, when the driver sharply depresses the accelerator pedal, or when the driver abruptly operates the steering wheel.
• The FCA braking control is automatically canceled, when risk factors disappear.
 

EdP

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Correct, he likely applied steering at the last second. The car won't take evasive steering action. In fact, if there's any driver input at all (steering, throttle, or braking are applied by the driver), the FCA system aborts the braking sequence.
If you've not seen it yet, this shows how it works. Empty car convoy.

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Bourbonncigars

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Anyone else catch the "LKA Modified not to turn off" in the video? I need to know how to do this. That means your car could basically autopilot itself with SCC and LKA
I went to the morgue and paid $5 for a cadaver hand. Hang it from the wheel and you're golden.
 
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