Yes, you can generally come to a full stop with ease. The learning curve is quite short.Question for someone with EV driving experience. I cannot recall reading this but does one-pedal driving come to a complete stop at some point and is just a matter of getting used to the feel of it?
You can turn off the ambient light and sounds so that's a plus but it does make changes to steering acceleration and other driving features being tied to the level of regen which might be a show stopper for me. I'd be stuck with a driving mode I don't want to get a feature I do want.New video from Ford on one-pedal driving and drive modes. The modes don't look that customizable. I think a forth "Custom" mode is needed.
That takes some getting used to: finding the coast spot and not instinctively just lifting off the pedal to coast.Only EV I've ever drove was test driving a Model Y. They had 1-pedal on and I was driving in heavy traffic, I know I annoyed the crap out of everyone behind me with my very sudden decellerations forgetting that I couldn't release the accelerator to coast.
I'm looking forward to getting used to it though!
I think I see some PCM software calibration software in your future.I would like to be able to adjust throttle response/steering/lighting/regen/max HP independently of each other. Also, a rear-wheel-drive only option for summer cruising or drifting would be nice.