Seems way too aggressive though. And, performance car guys are already defeating it(not hard to bypass it on automatic equipped Camaros, new Corvettes, etc). Its jarring and doesnt always work so great. My daughters 2022 Subaru Crosstrek does allow the driver to turn it off although you have to do it every time you start the car. I can see it being valid for longer periods of time while idling - makes sense then. But basically everytime the car comes to a stop? Overkill, IMO. Just more justification to get a six speed manual in my Camaro. This new thing doesnt apply to manuals.