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Mazda’s G-Vectoring tech not a priority for MX-5... yet
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29th Jun 2016
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Mazda’s G-Vectoring tech not a priority for MX-5... yet

While you might expect Mazda’s clever new G-Vectoring Control (GVC) system to best suit its sports-car superstar the MX-5, we won’t be hearing about the new tech joining the suite of equipment it already packs. Not yet, anyway. According to the boss of Mazda Australia, Martin Benders, the MX-5 isn’t at the forefront of Mazda’s stable to receive the new technology. “When we have something that works, we roll it out straight away and GVC is an example of that,” Benders says.
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Mazda details new G-Vectoring chassis control system
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11th Jun 2016
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Mazda details new G-Vectoring chassis control system

Japanese car maker Mazda has this week revealed details - although no images - of its new electronic chassis system, designed to shift focus towards long-distance comfort and stability in its passenger cars, rather than outright handling. Dubbed the ‘G-Vectoring Control’ (GVC) system, the technology is part of the company’s wider plan to reduce driver fatigue and stress in its future models.
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