Terminos:D:Directional Stability PE/ES

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Directional stability

Several conditions in your car are responsible for directional stability. For example: the position of the wheels on their suspension, wheelbase, track width, steering, tyres and even bodywork and aerodynamics.

Directional stability is especially important for spontaneous, easy steering response. Spoilers increase directional stability, including at high speeds, for enhanced overall safety.

Your SEAT car is designed to ensure optimal directional stability. 

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