Regenerative braking works just like a hybrid car...the motors become generators under a low braking load - then standard brakes apply to bring the TT to a full stop.
And the video shows that Tabbert is working to make the regen act as stability control with differential braking on turns and curves.
The size of your tow vehicle does not impact the TT with cross winds...have seen videos of TT's rolling over while connected to full sized trucks
I would not be concerned about evasive maneuvers if the hitch connection had a well designed sway control device...linking the car and TT. It is obviously not as good as towing with a heavy duty Tow Vehicle, but is much better than towing a standard 7000lb TT with a minivan.
Might even make it a little safer to tow a large TT with a half-ton pick-up
Kim and Steve, Mustang LCDR (Ret), '07 Damon Outlaw #1193
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