Brake Assist & Traction Control

Brake Assist & Traction Control
2020, July 24

Brake Assist


Supports unexpected braking in case of emergency.


Studies show that nearly half of the drivers do not step on the brake quickly and strongly enough to stop the vehicle in case of an emergency.


When Brake Assist detects an attempted panic stop, it supports drivers by strengthening power.



Brake Assist will detect attempted panic braking based on the force that is applied to the brake pedal and how fast the driver is stepping on the pedal. When the system recognizes sudden braking, it will add additional pressure to the brake.

When your foot is released during Braking Assist, braking power reduces and regulates the brakes with ease.

Traction Control (TRC)


It helps to prevent wheel slippage when the vehicle is starting or accelerating on wet or slippery roads.


When you are starting the vehicle or accelerating on a wet surface, you could lose control of the wheel because of the wheel spin. TRC will help to prevent such events from happening.


TRC continually monitors the condition between the tires and the surface of the road.


When it detects wheel spin, the system applies brakes or slows down the engine to regulate spinning and help ensure proper contact of tires. This helps to prevent the car from becoming unstable.

There might be cases in which the half-side of the wheel runs off or the wheels spin-off on the snowy road. And also there might be the case that the current traction control might not be working well.


In those cases, Auto LSD is one of the technologies which both improve startability and runability.


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