Mazda 6 gets new ‘low-fatigue’ G-Vectoring Control tech


Mazda 6

GVC aims to reduce driver stress and fatigue over long distances by modulating torque to the front wheels

The Mazda 6 will introduce the firm’s new G-Vectoring Control technology when the family car’s line-up is updated this autumn.

The new feature is the first in a new series of innovations called Skyactiv Vehicle Dynamics and is designed to reduce driver stress and fatigue over long distances. It will be a standard fitment on all 6 saloon and Tourer estate models and be rolled out across the rest of the Mazda range as models are updated or replaced.

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Source:: Autocar