The pulling power of a vehicle. Generally, vehicles with higher torque are known to accelerate faster.
A button placed overhead in the cabin that is linked to emergency services (police, ambulance, fire department) and can be used in case of an emergency or severe accident.
Refers to the interior space of a car.
A safety feature that improves the handling of a vehicle by detecting skids and compensating by adjusting braking pressure. This in turn helps maintain the intended direction of the vehicle.
A security device that prevents a vehicle from starting unless the correct key is present.