Curve control

Curve control  - Overview - Lincoln MKT

Curve Control is a dynamic feature designed to help drivers maintain control if they inadvertently take a curve - such as a freeway off-ramp - too quickly. Curve Control senses when a vehicle is entering a curve too quickly, and can automatically apply the braking system to reduce vehicle speed by up to 10 mph in approximately one second. The reduction in speed is often enough to help drivers follow their intended path.

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