Introducing G-Vectoring Control (SKYACTIV Technology) | Mazda Canada

June 08 2018, Destination Mazda

Driven by our quest to innovate and "Celebrate Driving", we worked to create synergy between a vehicle's hardware - engine, transmission, and platform, to unleash its full potential. The result, Mazda's breakthrough SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY, delivers an enhanced driving experience.

Introducing G-Vectoring Control (GVC), AJAC's award-winning Best New Innovation Technology for 2017, and the first evolving from Mazda's Skyactiv Vehicle Dynamics.

G-Vectoring Control, an innovative automotive engineering strategy, controls engine output based on a driver's steering input, enabling car tires to better grip a road's surface while creating precise vehicle behaviour in all road conditions. On the road, G-Vectoring Control connects your movements, the driver, with a car's maneuvers to deliver improved vehicle control. The results are astounding - a car that works harmoniously with its driver while remaining responsive and in control of subtle adjustments.

At Mazda, we create cars that you can trust - because driving matters.

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