Standard Vehicle Stability Control utilizes sensors that constantly monitor wheel speeds, steering angle, brake pressure, vehicle yaw rate and lateral g-forces. If the system detects a difference between the driver's intended path and the one the vehicle is actually taking, it can apply braking power and/or reduces engine torque to help correct vehicle path.
Traction Control System (TCS)
Vehicle Stability Control also incorporates an all-speed traction control system that senses a loss of traction and applies braking force to the slipping wheel or wheels as necessary to maintain vehicle motion.
Electric Power Assisted Steering (EPAS)
Electric Power Assisted Steering (EPAS). Turning circle: 35.4 feet.
4-wheel independent suspension
4-wheel independent suspension. Front: Strut type with lower L-arm. Stabilizer bar. Rear: Double wishbone.
4-wheel ventilated disc brakes
4-wheel ventilated disc brakes. 4-channel, 4-sensor ABS with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD).
When emergency braking is detected by how quickly the brake pedal is pressed, maximum brake pressure is immediately applied.