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The EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution) automatically optimizes braking pressure and the overall braking balance and prevents overbraking of the rear wheels. The load on the rear axle is, of course, higher in a fully loaded vehicle, than when only the driver is in the car. Thus, the rear wheels can be given greater brake force than in an unloaded vehicle. Similarly, the greater the load on the front axle, the greater the part of the brake force allocated to it.
On the road with different surfaces on each side, for example dry tarmac on one side and ice or snow on the other, you will appreciate the EDL (Electronic differential lock). If the system detects that one wheel is slipping, it applies the brake pressure to match its speed to the second, non-slipping wheel. This also directs the torque to the wheel with better traction, which is able to transfer more power so that the vehicle can drive off smoothly.
ESC (Electronic Stability Control) helps every driver to handle critical situations, when the car is getting into the skid. The control unit constantly compares current data about the driving behaviour of the vehicle with the present values. If the values do not match, the control unit gives command to stabilize the vehicle. This allows it to prevent slipping or locking the wheels.
HBA (Hydraulic Brake Assist) helps the driver to create maximum brake pressure in critical situations in order to shorten the braking distance. The brake assist's intervention intensifies the brake pressure to the extent that ABS control is activated. This makes it possible to employ maximum braking effect and markedly shorten the braking distance.