The performance of EPAS (Electronic Power Assisted Steering) at Ford Ford ST is further enhanced through the application of the TEC system (Torque Steer Compensation) from Ford. TSC with more aggressive tuning allows the driver to find a grip for focus st despite over the uneven road surfaces, or uneven levels of grip. The steer of the torque can be detected by the system of TSC and communication with the software of EPAS, that further proceeds the effect to really get rid of the driver’s sensation.
The ESP or the Electronic Stability Program from 2p13 Ford Focus ST is also made and enhanced, by emphasizing the enjoyment of the driver. Three ESP modes can be selected by the drivers. Based on the conditions of the road and weather conditions, these can be selected or perhaps to match the desire of the driver for assistance from aids of additional driving.
Similar with the advanced system that work in the focus with base model, in the first example, the ESP works in nearly the same way, even if the ST is not aimed to be intrusive to drivers. On all surfaces, this standard mode works for the driver, either snowy, wet, or dry and can provide the drivers with comfot in all circumstance.
The second mode can also be selected by drovers, called the wide side mode or the reduced, Here, the control of the traction is turned off. Here, the driver is handling the traction, here, the ESP is designed to make a program.
For the drivers of focus st, the Enhanced Torque Vectoring Control is beneficial when going through corners, the base model of focus is the car with Torque Vectoring Control that has been upgraded. The average system uses the vectoring of torque using braking, here the torque of the brake is implemented within the inner wheel of the focus by means of a corner, decreasing the behaviour of understeer so more traction is enabled, almost similar with the differential of the conventional limited slip.
Based upon the understeer behavior of the car before the ESP, the system of the focus st is applied more aggressively and use CUSC or Cornering Under Steer Control, that use torque to end with a yaw torque, whether the conditions is turned on or turned off. In both use, they add to enhance the Torque Vectoring Control as a significant factor in assisting the focus st’s front wheel drive as the finest machine for the driver, plus to handle all corners with hi confidence.
When it comes here in the US in the year to come, we hope we can provide the first and best reviews of the 2013 Ford Focus ST.
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