The 2021 Ford Transit Connect is certainly large enough to accommodate plenty of cargo, but this also means it can be tricky to turn. As a result, this van has Torque Vectoring Control installed as standard to handle curves in BC without breaking a sweat.
Torque Vectoring Control adjusts the speed between the front wheels simultaneously to improve the cargo van’s ability to handle corners and cut down on understeer. This procedure works with the tendency for G-forces to transfer more traction to the outer tires while tackling turns.
By automatically using small amounts of braking to reduce wheelspin, Torque Vectoring enhances that process, meaning the van’s front end sticks better to the inside of every curve. The result for you is smooth, confident handling, even on BC’s windiest of streets.
Get in touch with our team at Skaha Ford today to find out more information about the 2021 Transit Connect.