Cornering Braking Control: My Car Does What

Cornering Braking Control

Helps smooth out driving by adjusting each wheel’s brakes with every turn.

Turns – especially sharp ones – can place drivers at risk of going off-road if they don’t complete turns carefully. Cornering braking control can selectively brake the wheels to keep drivers on-track and on-road if they take a turn too fast and start driving off-course.

Make sure you reduce your speed before driving on curves and taking turns.



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