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- Aug 19, 2020
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Ford does have a pre-collision assist that will try to stop the vehicle before you hit another car, pedestrian, and I am assuming it would work on walls too.Well, the high speed is good, but how about the low speed? Just in case of tight parking or approaching the loading deck, isn't there a chance to accelerate accidently and hit something with such a sharp accelerator pedal?
Even if it doesn't, a Teslas acceleration isn't going to be evenly comparable to another vehicle at every angle of pressure. If the acceleration is double with the pedal completely pressed down, that doesn't mean a light tap is going to give double the acceleration that you would in say a Honda.
I wouldn't want to Test the pre-collision assist feature against a wall when you start from 10 feet away, I would just assume that if you accelerate hard enough in any vehicle, you will hit that wall.