Mazda has developed technology that excites, enhances and delights. From safety to comfort, listening to handling, Mazda’s State of the Art innovations are more than just technology, they connect us. They connect us to our emotions, enthusiasm, joy, safety, prestige, to the each other and to the road. Here are just a few of the advancements that make a Mazda more.
2017 Mazda6 Sport Sedan
The 2017 Mazda6 has been equipped with Mazda’s newest innovation; SKYACTIV® VEHICLE DYMANICS with G-Vectoring Control. This new technology helps achieve a smoother, less fatiguing for you and your passengers.
This ingenious new Mazda technology emulates race-car driver weight-transfer techniques making the 2017 Mazda6 driven by the average driver, handle better and make passengers feel more comfortable. Every time the driver turns the steering wheel, GVC shifts a tiny amount of weight to the outside front tire, which improves grip and steering response. The result is less sawing at the steering wheel to find the right path through a turn, or less effort to keep the car pointed straight on the highway. G-Vectoring Control is not just another over-hyped modest performance tweak. Mazda has developed a significant electronic driver enhancer.
This is a significant step forward for Mazda in making mid-price cars and crossovers carve corners like high-end German sport sedans and maintain arrow-straight stability on long, straight highways. Mazda G-Vectoring Control debuts on 2017 Mazda 6.
Touring Models now include Automatic Windshield Wipers and Automatic headlamps.
For 2017, a new Forward Sensing Camera has been combined with the milliwave radar-based system, adding Pedestrian Detection to the front collision avoidance system with automatic emergency braking. It also adds a Traffic Sign Recognition System that can identify Speed Limit, No-Entry and Stop signs, and alert the driver. This information then shows up in the Active Driving Display, so you can stay alert and informed without taking your eyes off the road. Also new is Lane Keeping Assist in addition to lane departure warning.
Why go to these lengths? Because we believe no detail is too small when Driving Matters.