A device that, when engaged, automatically maintains the speed of a vehicle without the need for the driver to keep their foot on the accelerator pedal.
Seats that can be adjusted by using a switch or joystick and a set of small electric motors are called power seats.
A driver assistance system that maintains a slow, constant speed while descending a hill/ramp without the driver having to control the brake pedal.
A safety system that works as an expansion of the ABS, Cornering Assist distributes brake force independently while cornering.
Commonly associated with rear-wheel drive cars, oversteer is a driving characteristic wherein a car turns more sharply than intended, causing the rear to slide out more than the front.