Mazda’s newest piece of technology, G-Vectoring Control, is being rolled out as a standard feature across all new Mazda 6 in 2017. This technology makes fine adjustments to engine torque to induce load transfer resulting in a car that ‘is more comfortable over long distances with more grip’.
In addition to the G-Vectoring control technology, Mazda has revealed further updates for the Mazda 6 focusing around making this popular family car overall more comfortable, with less wind noise at speed. Upgraded door seals, sound-deadening materials, natural sound smoother technology, and even traffic sign recognition and electric memory interiors if you go for the Sport Nav model are available.
These additional features further support that ‘family cars don’t have to be boring for the driver’. AutoExpress state that the Mazda 6 is one of their favourites, in their words ‘good fun to drive, but still has plenty of room inside and looks great too’.
The updated Mazda 6 arrives in the UK this autumn.