It’s rare to describe a Mazda as anything but fun to drive, and there’s a reason for it. The company spends a lot of time ensuring that its cars are engaging, enjoyable and anything but numb. And while other automakers look to automate the driving process, Mazda is seeking a way to keep cars solely … read more
If you’re not technically inclined, or at least a keenly mystified observer of engineered wizardry, turn away now. This could get a little boring for you. But, even if not knowingly, you’ll soon be glad this new system exists.
G-Vectoring Control, or GVC as Mazda calls it, is an all-new electronic … read more
Mazda has officially unveiled its G-Vectoring Control system – a handling aid that aims to make racecar-like cornering precision something that every driver can enjoy.
Developed over an eight year period, G-Vectoring Control (GVC) is a software system that detects steering inputs and slightly restricts … read more
ACCURACY, AGILITY, PRECISION – they’re the kind of driving benefits nearly every automaker strives to deliver, particularly those promising any kind of enthusiast appeal.
It comes as no surprise then that Mazda, which prides itself on its range of driver’s cars, has been busily working on a new … read more
When the refreshed 2017 Mazda 3 lands in Australia later this year, it will be the first model from the Japanese manufacturer to feature all-new G-Vectoring Control (GVC) technology. CarAdvice recently tested the new technology at a test day at Laguna Seca in California – stay tuned for the full … read more
The diesel-powered Mazda 3 hatchback has been axed ahead of a mid-life update to the Japanese brand’s best-selling model.
The Mazda 3 XD Astina model only went on sale in August 2014, but slow sales have lead the brand to reconsider the need for the diesel hatch in its range. The model has been removed … read more
The upcoming Mazda MX-5 RF folding hardtop is expected to account for around 50 per cent of all MX-5 sales when it hits Australian showrooms in the first part of 2017.
Speaking to CarAdvice at the announcement of the extension of the company’s long-running partnership with the North Melbourne Football … read more
Mazda has unveiled a new chassis control system, dubbed G-Vectoring Control, aimed at making driving smoother and more comfortable.
Unlike regular torque vectoring differentials, which are marketed as performance-enchancing systems, Mazda’s new technology is designed to create a more natural (and less … read more
Mazda has revealed a new engine control technology that helps improve comfort, stability and grip. We got the chance to try the new system, which is called G-Vectoring Control (GVC), in France this week.
The system limits the torque from the engine to create a smooth transition between G-forces. It … read more
When you’re Mazda , and you’ve already stepped into the compact and midsize crossover market, you might as well go all in and take a piece of the subcompact crossover market too. That’s exactly why Mazda decided to release the Mazda CX-3 – an SUV that looks more like slightly larger and jacked … read more