Join Date: Feb 2017
Location: Greater Philadelphia, PA; U.S.A.
Low-speed maneuvers are tricky, just as with a true manual, because your moving the clutch to engage, slip, etc. Just via the am't of throttle you give it.
I re-read some older posts after my long explanation, and slipping in All Weather mode or any other mode is just done via throttle mapping. Light throttle, via the mapping or driver, forces slippage. There is no other way to spin up the trans and move the car if the engine is barely above idle and you're asking for forward progress.
If you ever went somewhere where a bunch of supercars were trying to park, automated manuals don't help them look good. Low-speed maneuvers make me cringe when others are pulling into a parking spot. Looks like amateur hour.
You need to be direct, firm and confident. Point, squirt forward, brake. You have a brake pedal. No driving instructor will teach you to two-foot it, but it is a technique that gets you on the break RIGHT NOW. Garage wall avoided.
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