Yes. I notice it does this if you hit hard bumps, potholes, usually causing the ABS system to intervene. It'll cause regen to back off temporarily.There are a couple of high speed corners on a route I typically drive where, if I'm going fast enough, the regen shuts off but without traction or handling control systems activating. Has anyone else experienced this?
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The times it has cut out on me, I don't believe I have actually lost traction. I'm pretty close but I don't feel that transition to sliding, either through the steering wheel or my butt. I'd think the short wheelbase would exaggerate the motions of loss of traction and really make it noticeable.If it cuts out when it senses a loss of traction, it makes sense.
In Leafs, the regen braking isn't affected if you lose traction in the snow--it can be dangerous because it's like braking without ABS.