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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-27-2019, 11:51 AM
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I've had many warnings while accelerating out of my lane near the back of another car. I've had the brake boosting feature come on unnecessarily.
I have had the warning triangle in the display and chime while accelerating out of my lane near the back of another car, like jsimon7777 describes, but I thought that was "Forward Alert" and not AEB. Here is what the owner's manual says:

Forward alert monitors an area in front of the vehicle. The driver is warned if forward alert detects an object within the detection area. The instrument panel also displays a warning message if the vehicle is traveling between 18 mph (30 km/h) and 50 mph (80 km/h). The driver is responsible for taking appropriate action.

Three forward alert sensitivity settings are available:

Normal.

Medium.

High.

Warnings sound and the instrument panel displays a warning message if forward alert detects an object in front of the vehicle.

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Apparently it's one of the worst in class for AEB. Maybe a software update will fix it?: https://www.topspeed.com/cars/car-ne...-ar183768.html. If you're above a 9.3 MPH snail's pace it won't even bother trying to stop. Jag needs to hire better programmers or maybe the I-pace needs CPU/GPU upgrade to do the math faster.
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Apparently it's one of the worst in class for AEB. Maybe a software update will fix it?: https://www.topspeed.com/cars/car-ne...-ar183768.html. If you're above a 9.3 MPH snail's pace it won't even bother trying to stop. Jag needs to hire better programmers or maybe the I-pace needs CPU/GPU upgrade to do the math faster.
They never do specify whether it was a prototype ECM car or a Production ECM car. It passed the real Euro AEB testing: https://www.euroncap.com/en/results/jaguar/i-pace/34193

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Here's the specifics of a detailed test in all areas:

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https://cdn.euroncap.com/media/51349...-datasheet.pdf
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While driving around today I got a message stating the AEB was unavailable. Not sure what that meant.
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