Grand White (WAA)
The frame members feature a quadruple-layered
structure that exceeds the global standard for
lateral collision safety.
High-density, high-tensile-strength steel plate makes up 79.2% of
all the steel plate used in the body-chassis,
providing superb rigidity and protection against deformation in a collision.
Thus, protection of the vehicular occupants has been maximised.
The engine and suspension
system are attached directly to the frame, blocking the heavy
when traveling over rough road surfaces or speed bumps and ensuring maximum handling stability.
Various control systems are standing by to respond effectively to any circumstance, ensuring a safe trip.
The camera sensors mounted on the front of the vehicle are used to identify a potential collision with another vehicle
or a pedestrian the system then automatically applies the brakes to assist in preventing or reducing the severity of a crash.
ESS helps warn surrounding traffic when emergency braking on the Musso is detected.
The system flashes the rear brake lights whilst braking, and automatically activates the hazard lights once the vehicle has stopped.
A low-speed control system is automatically activated
when the vehicle is negotiating a steep downhill gradient, preventing sudden acceleration.
This feature helps prevent roll-back when starting up again from a stopped position on an incline by maintaining brake pressure
while the driver’s foot switches between the brake and accelerator pedals.
Normally the vehicle runs in rear-wheel drive,
Which enhances handling stability by optimizing weight distribution,
but the driver is free to select one of two four-wheel drive models as needed.
On muddy or snowy surfaces, one wheel may slip or be lifted into the air.
In this case, the locking differential forces both wheels on
an axel to turn in unison, allowing the vehicle to recover its traction.
The axle is connected on the left and right to provide
a smooth ride even when the road surface gets rough.
Such a system is preferred for off-road operation.