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EDL inhibits wheel spin on all driven wheels by selective short braking interventions applied to a wheel that has lost traction. This ensures a more even distribution of torque to all driven wheels. MSR: Engine Drag Torque Control MSR engine-drag torque control prevents the driven wheels from locking due to the braking effect of the engine on slippery surfaces when the driver suddenly takes his foot off the accelerator or rapidly shifts down a gear. The braking effect of the engine may cause the driven wheels to skid. They temporarily lose traction and the vehicle becomes unstable. In such situations, engine-drag torque control maintains directional stability and boosts safety.

EDL inhibits wheel spin on all driven wheels by selective short braking interventions applied to a wheel that has lost traction. This ensures a more even distribution of torque to all driven wheels. MSR: Engine Drag Torque Control MSR engine-drag torque control prevents the driven wheels from locking due to the braking effect of the engine on slippery surfaces when the driver suddenly takes his foot off the accelerator or rapidly shifts down a gear. The braking effect of the engine may cause the driven wheels to skid. They temporarily lose traction and the vehicle becomes unstable. In such situations, engine-drag torque control maintains directional stability and boosts safety.