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Polar Circle Test Centre: Opel Corsa tested deep frozen at -30°C

The next generation Opel Corsa gets ready! As they have done for decades now, Opel engineers have been testing the next-generation Corsa for several months in Swedish Lapland, around 40 kilometres south of the Arctic Circle. Among others, experts from the chassis controls department have been setting up the electronically controlled systems for stability, traction and anti-lock braking on low-grip surfaces, at temperatures as low as -30oC. The purpose of these extreme tests: regardless of ice, snow, slush or asphalt, and differing levels of grip on either side of the car, the control systems must always function reliably. As for delivering high levels of safety, comfort and driving dynamics, Opel engineers are refining the calibration of the chassis systems down to the smallest detail: where does “fun-to-drive” stop and stability control begin? At the Arctic Circle, the conditions for such fine tuning are more suitable than anywhere else. The engineers therefore repeatedly lap the specially prepared handling course, oval and surfaces, continuously optimising the control systems. For more news subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/SubscribeToOpel Follow Opel on: Facebook: http://bit.ly/2GPzDt7 Twitter: http://bit.ly/2GPzAxr Twitter News: http://bit.ly/2GQtehi Instagram: http://bit.ly/2GPzE09 Instagram Design: http://bit.ly/2GPzExb
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