Active Steering: My Car Does What

Active Steering

Helps improve stability and steering as you make turns.

Smooth steering can help prevent rollovers, one of the most dangerous types of crashes. Active steering gives the driver added control during sharp turns, allowing for smoother handling. A good example is a highway exit ramp.

Active steering improves control during a turn by slightly adjusting the steering path. This feature can help at lower speeds, too, adding additional stability during parking.



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