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First in the series, G-Vectoring Control, to be introduced with updated Mazda Axela in Japan

Mazda Motor Corporation has announced SKYACTIV-VEHICLE DYNAMICS, a series of new-generation vehicle motion control technologies. The first in the series, G-Vectoring Control, will be introduced across Mazda’s entire model range, starting with the updated Mazda Axela (known as Mazda3 outside Japan), which goes on sale in Japan today. The first North American application will come later this year in the 2017 Mazda6.

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G-Vectoring Control

Mazda aims to offer vehicles that provide driving pleasure and enrich the lives of their owners. It has achieved this through the pursuit of Jinba-Ittai a feeling of unity be tween driver and vehicle. Whether turning, braking or simply cruising, the driver controls the vehicle as naturally and easily as if it were an extension of his or her own body. The Jinba-Ittai driving feel is the result of Mazda’s unique, human-centered development philosophy, under which the company has produced a wide range of engineering advances, including SKYACTIV technologies.

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G-Vectoring Control – Mazda North American Operations – Dave Coleman Presentation

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