If a car is involved in an accident and the airbags are activated, it could remain in motion and cause another accident, which is where the Multi-collision Brake comes in, bringing the vehicle to a standstill to prevent a pile-up. The ESC incorporates a Multi-collision brake, a safety feature which activates the braking system after a collision to prevent further damage.
MSR (Electronic Drag Torque Regulation) limits skidding of the drive wheels on a road with low adhesion due to the engine’s strong braking action. This situation could occur if you decelerate abruptly, or if the gear is too low and you release the clutch quickly. MSR therefore delivers stability and controllability.
RBS (Brake Test Stand), brake disc drying system, ensures that the front-wheel brake discs remain dry at all times. This is achieved by short-term soft-braking which is totally imperceptible to the driver. This provides maximum braking effect even when the car is driven in wet conditions and the brakes have not had to be applied for an extended period, thus shortening the stopping distance.