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See How A Little Turn Flipped A Mercedes Benz GLE 63 Coupe Sideways At A Roundabout



This particular Mercedes-Benz Coupe is powered by a twin-turbocharged 5.5 litre V8 engine and will cover a 60 miles per hour in just 4.2 seconds

But it’s sad to see a N40m+ Mercedes Benz GLE 63 Coupe flip so easily(it wasn’t even that fast ) despite having an Electronic Stability Control (ESC) that is designed to reduce the danger of skidding due to over-steering.

Just before the rollover, the brake should have been applied automatically to the wheels to counter the oversteer or even reduce the engine power until control is regained.

It’s even possible that the driver turned off the safety systems. If that’s the case, then turning off stability control was dumb and dangerous idea.

The truth is modern Sport Utility Vehicle’s don’t rollover or flip easily thanks to their electronic stability controls and an improved suspension setups.

Any car can be flipped over at high speed. So please, don’t turn off the stability control button in your car to reduce the chances of skidding .