Mazda introduced a system of G-Vectoring Control

Mazda has introduced an electronic system G-Vectoring Control (hereinafter referred to GVC), which allows you to drive the vehicle more comfortable by reducing the impact of longitudinal and lateral acceleration of the driver and passengers. If the current torque distribution system simply retarding the vehicle wheel at some point, the GVC uses for the control unit. Every five milliseconds electronics analyzes the data about the speed and position of the steering wheel and, if necessary slightly restricts the flow of torque. Mazda Experts note that many motorists make mistakes when accelerating, giving too much traction and unloading front wheel, which adversely affects the grip. GVC also help minimize these errors and improve grip. For example, when cornering supply system can reduce the torque to the front wheels 30 Nm (on straight roads – 10 nm), not allowing them to be unloaded and consequently improving adhesion. This means that the driver does not have to expend energy on it, to fit into the rotation, and thus it will be less tired. Interestingly, the parallel work on the GVC in Mazda is developing special ergonomic chairs, sitting where drivers and passengers will feel as comfortable as possible, even with long trains. GVC official premiere will be held before the end of 2016, but when the technology will appear on production cars of the brand is still unknown. According to rumors, the new system will have the first model Mazda 3 and Mazda 6.


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