Further Improved Handling with G-Vectoring Control PLUS

Imagination drives us which is why Mazda is always trying to make driving matter to you with new and improved technologies. G-Vectoring Plus further enhances our Jinba-ittai philosophy where both the car and the driver become one to create a seamless driving experience.

The original G-Vectoring Control, the first technology in the SKYACTIV-Vehicle Dynamics series, was the world’s first control system to vary engine torque in response to steering inputs in order to provide integrated control of lateral and longitudinal acceleration forces and optimize the vertical load on each wheel for smooth and efficient vehicle motion.

Now, GVC Plus uses the brakes to add direct yaw moment control for further enhanced handling stability. As the driver steers out of a corner by returning the steering wheel to the center position, GVC Plus applies a light braking force to the outer wheels, providing a stabilizing moment that helps restore the vehicle to straight line running. The system realizes consistently smooth transitions between yaw, roll and pitch even under high cornering forces, improving the vehicle’s ability to accurately track sudden steering inputs and crisply exit corners. In addition to improving handling in emergency collision avoidance maneuvers, GVC Plus offers a reassuring feeling of control when changing lanes on the highway and when driving on snow or other slippery road surfaces.

All models will be able to enjoy this newly improved feature to the SKYACTIV-Vehicle Dynamics Series.


2018-11-06T15:58:01-05:00 News|0 Comments