What is the ELK Test?

What is the ELK Test?  

The ELK Test is an automotive testing procedure used to determine the stability of a vehicle when carrying out a double lane change manoeuvre at high speed.

AL-KO uses the test to monitor both how quickly a vehicle is brought back under control and how quickly the lateral movements, caused by the lane change test, are stopped.

The test is undertaken twice, once without ATC, and once with ATC. This allows a direct comparison of test results and allows the efficiency and capability of ATC to be accurately determined. 


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