Honda Monday, April 16th 2018.
The difference is more to the way of work. Most cars that adopt torque vectoring rely on brakes and differentials to divide the torque between the left-right wheels, while braking on one side of the wheel to improve cornering alias cornering. If Honda NSX, he relies on two electric motors in front of him to divide the torque and rotation speed between the left and right wheels. Lah, what’s the difference?
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