Dynamic traction control (DTC) enables sports style driving dynamics even when the wheel traction is higher, even when the DSC is controlling stability.
Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) is a subfunction of the Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) system that can be turned on and off. DTC has two main uses, regulating traction, enabling sports style driving, and providing active stability control.
If the front wheels are clogged in the snow and can not be rotated properly, the DSC will slip on the rear wheels (faster than the front wheels, signs that generally outperformed the performance) and the DSC will change the engine output. The force required to move forward is reduced. Switching to the DTC has a positive impact on this situation as the traction power is improved without loss of power.
If the DTC is on, the driver helps to relieve the situation so that DSC measures are effective. The driver completely controls the vehicle.