Range Rover Evoque: Electronic traction control (ETC)

ETC operates in conjunction with Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and is designed to assist when one or more wheels have lost traction.

If a wheel loses traction, ETC will operate the brake on that wheel until it regains traction. The warning indicator will flash to inform the driver that ETC is operating.

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