Maxi DOT

Maxi DOT is the designation for the display type of the on-board computer. It is actually a matrix display that is located in the instrument cluster, usually between the analogue vehicle speed and engine speed indicators. The Maxi DOT display is composed of individual illuminated dots which allows for much greater display variability.

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Digital instrument panel (Virtual cockpit)

The virtual cockpit is a digital version of the instrument cluster. In practice, it is a high-resolution display that replaces the traditional instrument cluster. Analog instruments are now a thing of the past and are gradually being replaced by TFT displays.

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ET – wheel offset

One of the important standardized dimensions for metal rims and cast wheels is the amount of clearance referred to as ET. The amount of runout indicates how many millimetres the seating plane of the rim is offset from its centre plane. In other words, the ET value influences how much the wheel will be visually recessed inside the body or, conversely, extended outwards.

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ABS (Anti-lock Braking System)

The ABS system prevents the wheels from locking up during emergency braking. If the wheels lock up, there is a risk of losing grip between the tire and the road and the driver may lose control of the vehicle. Thanks to the ABS system, the vehicle is controllable even under hard braking.

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Asymmetric tires (Asymmetric tyres)

Asymmetric tires combine two different tread types. At first glance, the tread shape differs between the right and the left. The asymmetric tyre design allows the tread to be split into two completely different parts. The first, rigid part ensures better handling and longer tyre life, while the second part dampens noise and sufficiently drains water away from the road.

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