As the title suggests, I haven't driven the i3 with ACC but what I do know is:
1) It's camera based (because radar weights more and would effect range much more than a camera)
2) ACC comes as part of the Driving Assist Plus pack, which for the i3s does not include auto park (because of the different bumpers on the 's')
3) I have driven cars with radar ACC
1) Can someone with an i3s that has ACC confirm if the ACC remains active if you take your hands off the steering wheel?
Because the standard i3 helps with the steering when in ACC to keep the car in lane, the steering wheel has sensors to make sure you are holding it. The steering assistance is part of the auto park I assume, hence its missing from the i3s ACC, but I am wondering if the steering wheel still has he sensors.
2) There are rumours that the system is now Radar based (2021-22 model) - I think that this is incorrect but can someone confirm it is camera only still?
3) There have been software improvements to the ACC for 2021, which makes throttle pedal transitions smoother, have people come across this?
4) I would like the ACC, but I'm not sure it's worth the money because of its inconsitencies plus I want to replace the steering wheel with one covered in Alcantara (hence the question above). My final reluctance is if the car randomly pics up phantoms and brakes suddenly / erratically - have people come across this?