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A Balanced Body

Body control is the second way to achieve nimble, athletic performance when cornering - especially where changes of direction follow each other in quick succession (as illustrated below). Under these circumstances, Subaru's low centre of gravity complies much better with the laws of physics, instead of the driver trying to fight against them. Again, the horizontally-opposed SUBARU BOXER engine plays a major part in resolving this situation. The higher the centre of gravity, the easier it is to lose balance and control, because the vehicle tends to roll more through bends. With Subaru vehicles, it's a case of the lower the better - which is why there's such a dramatic difference between the two examples below. The body language of a Subaru is always composed and stable, making driving more comfortable, less tiring and ultimately, more enjoyable - which is exactly why Subaru makes cars the way it does.

Yaw Moment/Inertia

Whenever a car turns a corner, centrifugal force acts on the body to move it outwards. This motion is amplified when the centre of gravity is high, so the car takes longer to recover its equilibrium afterwards. This "pendulum effect" is well understood, which is another reason for relying on Subaru's symmetrical full-time All-Wheel Drive system. The amount of force generated is called yaw moment or inertia. When you move the weight of the pendulum closer to the centre of gravity like in a Subaru, the yaw moment is much smaller, which means the car is easier to turn, rolls less and is considerably more poised and stable.