According to the picture, the Tesla brake system consists of brake pedal, electronic brake booster pump iBooster, ESP body electronic stability system (integrated ABS anti-lock brake system + ESC body stability control system), brake lines and brake fluid pipes, brake calipers and brake discs.
In addition, Tesla’s braking (braking) points include: 1. when encountering emergency braking, must be a foot to the end, do not release midway, point brake will increase the braking distance; 2. into the corner first deceleration; 3. sitting posture to maintain the brake a foot to the end of the posture, the knees can also maintain a bent state; 4. steering wheel is recommended (hold in) 3-9 o’clock direction.
Tesla global vice president Tao Lin previously said that owners should strengthen learning.
Shortly after, some netizens broke the news that Tesla car to test, Tesla responded that the so-called “car test” is the recent start of the pilot “delivery day owners lecture”, will not be mandatory for any owner to participate in the test, the current car process remains the same, the process did not add any restrictions.
Tesla official microblogging top newbie car tips
Although it is not mandatory for owners to participate in “owner’s seminars” and tests, Tesla has recently spared no effort to provide training for owners, which is either affected by the frequent occurrence of brakes and other accidents.
In addition to the offline training, Tesla’s official microblogging site also features a newbie’s guide to using the car, which also includes brake related content. It mentions, “Do not rely entirely on energy recovery braking to slow down the vehicle, and be sure to brake the vehicle with the brake pedal in a timely manner.
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