There is a single and very simple counter measure to everything you mention: Knowing how to drive.I never understood why people like driving with high regen: passengers will get sea-sick, brake lights will switch on/off like a stroboscope and it costs more energy (regen is not as efficient as turning that energy into further distance). Lift your foot early from "the gas", and keep coasting.
Besides that, I think it is also more dangerous. When approaching a corner with your foot on "the gas" increases your response time compared to your foot hovering above the brake.
Then passengers will magically not get sea sick and coasting will not be more efficient (definitely not in city driving but not even on the motorway where you don't really need to coast anyway).
As for cornering, regen is a god sent gift for drivers. You can increase your level of control over the car during all parts of cornering to levels unimaginable for a car without regen. And you're talking about "hovering your foot over the brake" while cornering.
Which driving school teaches that?
P.S. This reminded me of this clip from Top Gear: