V/f ratio in vector control vs scalar control drive for motors?

Solution for V/f ratio in vector control vs scalar control drive for motors?
is Given Below:

In a scalar controlled VFD, the V/f ratio is maintained constant so as to avoid over/under flux.

Hence, if a motor which is rated as 460V/60Hz, is made to rotate at 30Hz, then essentially the voltage drops to 230 V in case of scalar controlled VFD as seen here: https://www.motioncontroltips.com/what-are-methods-for-vfd-control-of-ac-motors/

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However, in case of vector controlled VFD, the 3-phase current is decomposed into 2 phase current to control the torque and magnetizing field, INDEPENDENTLY. In this case, if the motor rated as 460V/60Hz is made to run at 30Hz, then will the voltage still remain 460V ?

In a nutshell, does V/f still remain constant for vector controlled variable frequency drive ?