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Braking/driving control apparatus and method for automotive vehicle










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6609994.

In braking/driving force controlling apparatus and method for an automotive vehicle, a state discriminating section discriminates between a parking state in which a manipulation for the vehicle to be parked is carried out and a non-parking state in which no manipulation for the vehicle to be parked is carried out, a controller detects a manipulated variable of a manual input section, generates a constant target vehicle speed corresponding to the detected manipulated variable in a case where the state discriminating section discriminates the parking state, calculates a vehicular braking/driving force for a present vehicle speed to become the target vehicle speed, and controls the vehicular braking/driving force on the basis of the calculated braking/driving force.








 
 
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