Mazda has pulled an ace out of his sleeve called G-Vectoring Control and promises a significant improvement in our driving experience. We do not speak of wheels additional guidelines as the Renault Talisman, or even systems for control of yaw angle as the Ferrari GTC4Lusso, the idea of Mazda is much simpler, but seeks to provide a better experience for drivers and passengers through a new way of understanding the direction assisted through technology G-Vectoring Control.
Less corrections on the steering to improve comfort and control
no one can deny that electronics is the absolute queen when it comes to discussing the control of our vehicle. All those complex systems of distribution of torque, differential, controlled, trains autodireccionales, etc., are going on to a better life thanks to the benefits of electronics and its evolution in recent years. For this reason Mazda wanted to give a twist to the possibilities of the vector control of the torque, and thus was born the technology G-Vectoring Control, which very soon will come to all of the models in its range.
What is the goal of Mazda using the system G-Vectoring Control? to Provide a better step curve and a lower need for corrections on the steering during turns. Mazda makes use of the electronics to dispensing the output torque of the engine during the drawn curve, we talk about variations of a few Nm, but which are suficintes. This system allows to distribute the torque delivery and reduce sensitively the corrections that has to be made of the driver during the turning of the curve. So to speak, of a somewhat more simple, Mazda will allow that you position the steering wheel at an angle and practically does not have to move during the turn.
The goal of Mazda is not to become a pilot, or much less, but increase the comfort of driver and passengers to reduce the corrections on the direction and with the alterations in the lateral acceleration.
The first tests with the technology G-Vectoring Control means confirms that the system works transparently for the driver, although, with hindsight, you can verify by telemetry that actually the driver had to correct less times the address.