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As per Siemens, The authorisation process also included the approval of additional functions such as an electric brake effort of up to 240k N, multiple unit operation via ZMS multi-traction control and ZDS double traction control, and double heading with other Vectrons as well as with classes 120, 152, 182 (ES64U2) and 189 (ES64F4) .
StabiliTrak with traction control intuitively makes course corrections on GMC Terrain
Features include uprated suspension and springs, plus a Corner Traction Control system, as well as a Dynamic Stability and Traction Control system.
Toseland, who will this year race a Tech 3 Yamaha YZR M1 similar to that of Valentino Rossi, said: "I think the style of riding sideways without traction control is much better to watch for the fans.
But the lack of traction control and the potential for more crashes is the biggest issue for the world champions ahead of the first race in Melbourne on March 16.
Safety gear includes anti-lock brakes and traction control, plus airbag and an Inflatable Curtain in the headlining, ready to protect front and rear occupants, plus SIPS (Side Impact Protection System) and WHIPS (Whiplash Protection System, now standard on all Volvos).
A jury at Newcastle Crown Court were told the traction control system of the car was working and an accident expert said the car would not have reacted as it had if the safety device had been turned on.
Vehicle stability control with traction control becomes an option across the Yaris range while integrated active drive is on offer for the RAV4 XT3, which is already standard on all other RAV4 models.