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steering

[′stir·iŋ]
(meteorology)
Loosely used for any influence upon the direction of movement of an atmospheric disturbance exerted by another aspect of the state of the atmosphere; for example, a surface pressure system tends to be steered by isotherms, contour lines, or streamlines aloft, or by warm-sector isobars or the orientation of a warm front.
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Electronic All-Wheel Steering is an all new technology feature, which enhances both stability at highway speeds and manoeuvrability around town.
The all-wheel steering helps throughout the drive but comes into its own when manoeuvring, reducing the Touareg's turning circle by a metre to just 11.9 metres - little more than a Golf in a car that's 16ft long.
The vehicle features forward-looking cameras, Quattro all-wheel drive with all-wheel steering and a sport differential, matte aluminium trim and diamond-stitched seats with embroidered S badging, five radars, six cameras, twelve ultrasound sensors and a laser scanner.
This will be the very first Bentley to feature all-wheel steering enhancing both stability at cruising speeds and agility around town, said a statement.
Vorsprung models, which include all-wheel steering, full leather trim and 22-inch wheels as standard are priced from PS83,040 and that is top dollar for a top specification car.
Audi also offers the option of all-wheel steering. It can turn the rear wheels as much as 5 degrees.
All-wheel drive is standard with all-wheel steering.
"Maybe we need to go back 20 years or more to some sort of mechanical device - locks and all-wheel steering locks," he said.
APacked with sophistication, the latest A7 includes a hybrid powertrain for added economy, a new high tech interior and even the option of all-wheel steering.
The fourth generation Megane is available in 25 different versions across six trim levels, including the new Megane GT with 4Control all-wheel steering, which is unique in the segment.
The GMK6300L is a six-axle, all-terrain crane that, in addition to its 300-tonne capacity and 80m-long main moom, features Grove's MEGATRAK independent suspension system and all-wheel steering.