How does Torque Vectoring Control work?

Cars do not travel in a straight line. They take curves, go up and down hills, and increase speed and slow down. All of these maneuvers cause static wheels to lose their grip on the road. To counter that effect, many technological advances have emerged to be used, improved, and discarded or kept.

Ford recently added Torque Vectoring Control into its Ford Focus models to increase the grip the car has on the road and thus the fun the Focus generates when driving it. The Torque Vectoring Control adjusts the torque delivered to each of the front wheels by subtle manipulation of the brake system. The car senses when you are taking a turn and will increase an unnoticeable amount of brake pressure to the inside wheel increasing your tires grip on the road.

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