Driving my second Outback, previous was a 2016 that also had Eyesight. This morning at an intersection in the dark, I took a right turn on a green arrow to enter a highway on ramp fairly well behind the person in front of me. Suddenly the brake assist activated and the car slammed the brakes. Needless to say, it surprised me and the person behind me was honking, understandably, as there was no reason for me to stop. I called the dealer, and they were completely unhelpful - they didn’t even know how to turn off Eyesight on the 2020 (I figured it out). I don’t trust the car or Eyesight right now. What if this had occurred at a higher speed, or the person behind couldn’t stop fast enough. The dealer‘s response was, we would have to replicate the problem. Anyone else experience this? Any ideas other than disabling Eyesight every time I turn the car on? In looking thru the forums I see where a few people have said exhaust clouds might cause this. It was dark, but I think I would have noticed a lot of exhaust from that car who had gone ahead of me. Thanks for any thoughts.