The "shut down in the case of fault detection" was a suggestion on my part. I suppose the action taken at detection would depend on the level at which a warning/action would be given/taken? If a fault occurs it would be too late to "limit the charge level" don't you think? How would the "bleed off excess charge" be implemented? If it could be done I think that would be a wise choice.Has it been announced that it will shut down in the case of fault detection? Seems like another way to do it would be to limit the charge level to a safe level (and passively bleed off excess charge if it is above that level when the fault is detected) so that the car can be driven to the dealer for repair (of course, a warning message would also have to be displayed telling the owner to take it in for repair). After all, if 95% is safe now, bring back the 95% limit if a fault is detected would still be safe, right?