Cornering brake control

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Cornering brake control or CBC is an automotive safety system developed by BMW.[citation needed] It is a further development and expansion of the anti-lock braking system, designed to distribute braking force during braking whilst cornering.

It works by applying braking pressure asymmetrically despite physically difficult conditions (e.g. the car swerving towards the inside of the bend when the wheel load changes). By asymmetrically distributing brake pressure to the left- and right-side brakes or by reducing pressure (to the rear axle), even if the driver brakes outside the normal range of ABS. [1]

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