atreis· Super Moderator
B is between D and E-Step, but closer to D. When you lift off the accelerator in B, it coasts less than D but a lot more than E-Step. The difference between D and B isn't huge, but B seems to be more like what happens with an ICE when using engine friction to help slow down. Most of my driving is highway too.I have not tried B Mode, but eveytime you apply brakes on D Mode, Regen takes place. Obviously with estep, everytime you leave the accelerator pedal, it begins to Regen and also your acceleration is slower compared. But I would like to understand more on what does B have to offer?
More Regen with e-step only or also with general braking. I drive a lot on highways at 55+ and prefer to have e-step off.
When hitting the brake pedal, I've not noticed much difference between any of these, but then, it's really hard to tell when friction braking starts so I may just not be noticing. (Had to stop for a deer yesterday... Pretty sure THAT used the friction brakes!)