The G-vector spot
A system called ‘G-vectoring Control’ is set to give the Mazda 6 heightened oncentre steering connection and turn-in response. It uses software to mimic the corner entry technique of a pro driver by trimming engine power ( in just 50 milliseconds) to transfer weight to the nose on turn-in. Our first taste of the system ( Wheels, August) suggested subtly improved connection, precision and driver satisfaction. A right-specced 6 with the vectoring chassis tickle might be the car to challenge our Megatest podium-getters. We’ll see GVC first on the Mazda 3 facelift in August before it’s progressively rolled out across the range.