Does the driver have any way to know at what point the MINI Cooper SE's brake lights come on when lifting off the accelerator pedal? It would be nice to know when people behind you are confronted with your brake lights. Do Tesla drivers have a way to know when their brake lights come on with one-pedal driving? Perhaps a comparison would be a good Tech Forum topic, but difficult to measure and demonstrate. I would like to have a tiny LED inside the car connected to the high-mounted brake light that you can see in the rear-view mirror to know when the brake lights come on. However, if the brake lights come on with the slightest reduction in pressure on the accelerator pedal, such an LED would provide no useful information (and the brake lights would be flashing frequently, which would be annoying). Are there any incandescent lights in the MINI Cooper SE? I remember reading that perhaps the turn signals or backup lights are incandescent. The MINI Cooper SE Owner's Manual says, "Unusually rapid flashing of the indicator light indicates that a turn signal bulb has failed." I wonder if that's the case with failed LEDs, too?