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For regular driving, an automobile requires suspension, steering, and brakes. The chassis refers to all of these systems or components as a whole. Since the invention of the automobile, the technology that controls the chassis has advanced significantly.
Computer technology, in particular, has substantially enhanced safety and dependability by electrically managing the chassis, allowing technologies such as Electronic Stability Control to be used.
The Global Intelligent Chassis Control Module (ICCM) Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Suspension, steering, and brakes are among the systems that make up the vehicle’s chassis. The chassis controls are the technologies that regulate the chassis systems, and Nissan has made significant advancements in this technology with this launch.
Intelligent Ride Control, Intelligent Engine Brake, and Intelligent Trace Control are three cutting-edge technologies included in the Chassis Control system, which is available on a variety of new Nissan automobiles.
The three technologies provide drivers with a variety of advantages, including greater traction and handling as well as increased safety.
Three active chassis control technologies on the X-Trail are the first in the small SUV market in Vietnam, with two of them (Active Ride Control and Active Engine Brake) being the first in the world, providing for smooth performance and confident driving.
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