Bobbo756· Registered User
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I have a question about regenerative braking while driving in snow. I have my eye on a RWD model. My assumption is that regenerative braking only operates on the wheels which have a motor attached to them. Just like pulling the handbrake on a standard car, I would imagine that braking with the rear wheels in the snow would cause the back end to spin out. Does the ID4 have a system to either match the rear braking force with equivalent hydraulic braking in the front? If not, does the driver assist automatically cut out the regen braking when it senses the wheels slipping? Does it have a specific snow and ice driving mode?