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In a conventional solution the driving power (torque) is 50/50 to each wheel – whether its a rear- or a front-wheel-drive. So, the total traction of the vehicle is limited by the wheel with the lowest traction. Some other technologies such as limited slip differentials (LSD) or clutch-based torque vectoring systems help to improve the handling of the car on slippery surfaces, however the efficiency, drivability and the experience for the driver are only possible with full e-Torque Vectoring systems, because here, the electric motors´ advantage lies in faster response time and more flexibility in the direction of the torque transfer. This makes Torque Vectoring a natural fit for electrification of vehicles.
Quick and adequate response of the powertrain in the vehicle is one of the main contributors to its driving performance on the most provocative road shapes and during critical traction situations. The technology helps to counter balance any power "oversteer" or "understeer" on either side and provides the most responsive rotation in the right moment. It allows one wheel on an axle to go slower or faster than another, keeping the car steady.