I love the active LKAS and the radar cruise control, the car basically drives itself on highway. I am impressed by the LKAS, how it identifies the lanes even when there is snow on the road. Great thing!
What I don't like is that the active LKAS drops off suddenly if the system feels that you are not paying attention (read: steer). I would like the car to slow down in a controlled manner if the driver is not responding. If the driver gets a stroke, the car will now continue at full speed until the LKAS will switch off at some point.
I know this is not an every day issue, I hope, but I am wondering a bit about the logic of these safety devices. The car could do it but someone has decided to implement this in a different way.
I start to dislike the info screen of the hybrid system.
-The tree is useless, too little feedback for the driver.
-The graph showing how the energy flows is wrong. We have two generators and one electric motor large enough to move the car. I know this is simplified and good enough for most purposes but I would be happy with more details.
-The fuel consumption bars have a very strange scale. It's from 0 to 30 litres per 100 km. Usually the consumption is between 4 to 6 liters and you can't really tell anything from the picture. Same goes for the electric motor. I want more frequent sampling and exact numbers in Excel format available when I stop the car
-a running average of the fuel consumption for the last 2 minutes, or so, would be nice. As having the latest yellow bar shown as a number.
I have coasting on, but I have not seen it do anything even when the navigator is in use. Should it do something I can see?