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What is Torque Vectoring Control?

Torque Vectoring Control reacts to the road surface 100 times per second. (That's 33 times faster than the blink of an eye). It is designed to give you full control on all road surfaces with no compromise to power or performance. Using the information collected, it balances the amount of power delivered to each of the two front wheels. It combats wheel spin, maximises grip and sharpens handling, which helps you go around corners and over undulations in the road.


It is an automatic system, so you cannot tell when the system is at work. It is a superb piece of technology as it is a safety feature as well as a means to enhance performance of your car.

Torque Vectoring Control uses the same sensors as traction control which will detect when a wheel is going to spin. Braking pressure is applied calmly to make the speed of the wheel back to what it should be. It can prevent tyre wear and is sure to enhance car handling abilities.
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