One Pedal Driving

One Pedal Driving

One Pedal Driving * captures energy by using regenerative braking to slow the vehicle. It is controlled by using only the accelerator pedal to speed up and slow down, instead of the brakes. And it can even bring the Bolt EV to a complete stop.

In most cases, there is an on-off button that engages this feature, as shown in the photo above. The button activates the one-pedal driving system in the 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV.

Once the vehicle stops entirely, the hydraulic brakes engage to keep the vehicle at a full stop until the driver presses the accelerator pedal to move forward again.

A single-pedal control strategy for regenerative braking is proposed to further enhance energy efficiency. … Results show that using the single-pedal control strategy for electric vehicles can effectively improve the energy recovery rate and extend the driving range under the premise of ensuring safety while braking.

The Model 3 has full one-pedal driving due to regenerative braking. Simply put, regenerative braking means that when you let off the throttle, the car automatically starts slowing by using the electric motor in reverse, which also serves to send energy back to the battery.

If you’re new to EVs, they still come with two pedals: stop and go. But thanks to the characteristics of electric motors, you don’t always have to use the brake pedal. One-pedal driving allows you to come to a complete stop in an EV without touching the brakes.

we also can refer this to e-Pedal


At this point we must talk about the Broncos, Trail Control: Trail Control is engaged by buttons on your steering wheel. To engage the system, simply: Drive to preferred speed. … The set speed can also be adjusted by braking.

EV (Electric Vehicle)