Wow...that's interesting. I would certainly not expect the car to be simultaneously giving the engine throttle and applying the service brakes at the same time.That's what I'm saying. The engine was reving as I pressed the gas, but the car was flashing, beeping and braking.
Ours has certainly wanted to brake for me...I get the dash lights, the momentary application of a little bit of brake (either that, or a brief cut in engine power), but a steady foot on the throttle has kept it from fully intervening.If no one has experienced the pre-collision braking for a turned car then you aren't close enough or fooling it enough
Either that, or maybe the system has decided that the lead car is far enough out of my travel path before it really clamps down on things. I wouldn't say that I follow lead cars that closely.