It is clear that the ABS
didn’t engage. The tell-tale track of ABS
braking is missing . Even if the wheels did hit the pot holes, ABS
should have worked as ABS
would be pulsing the breaks up to 15 times /sec. At a speed of over 100 Kmph, the car wheel would be in and out of pothole in a fraction of second and would not affect the ABS
or steering in any way unless the ‘pot hole’ was a deep and wide gouge. Since the company has ruled out ABS
malfunction, nothing short of accident reconstruction would help in understanding the reason for ABS
not engaging. I don’t see such an investigation happening for a non-fatal accident. Unfortunately, sometimes in life we just have to shrug and move on.
In future it would be prudent to test the ABS
once in a while on safe roads to ensure that it works as designed.
As for Cruise Control, it is relevant only if it was 'on' through out the incident. I am sure it would have disengaged the moment you pressed the brake.