^ Yeah I know EPS wasn’t just about self park by my reference to reduced fuel consumption. I guess it’s likley the designers would consider EPS provides a reduction in parasitic loss as compared to a hydraulic system and provides some learnings on the way to their desired self drive capability But woo hoo, they saved 0.2ltrs per 100kms from my 15-18 ltrs/100kms consumption. However, as said I’d have preferred the old system (with almost 100 years of history behind it). Wouldn’t have needed a recall either,.. maybe Guess I’m simply not interested in any half baked half finished self drive systems with self park, auto lane keeping assistance and the many other ‘smart tech’ out there falling into that half baked classification (in my opinion). Let me drive my own machine without smart aids OR give me fully driverless cars with no pedals or steering wheel. But the later offering better be ultra safe and reliable unlike the Tesla solution... half way solutions by leaving the driver still responsible when the car is self driving is just a recipe for disaster as has been demonstrated in the 3? Tesla self drive deaths.