what is torque-vectoring differential?

Torque-vectoring Differential:

What It Does:

This type of differential uses an additional gear-trains system to overdrive the two half-shafts or axles. Torque-vectoring differential fine-tunes the torque transmitted to each rear wheel. This produces a fine yaw moment that can be slow or quicken the car’s rotation during cornering.
These torque-vectoring differentials are more heavy, expensive and complex and reduce slight fuel-economy.

Torque vectoring differential.
Torque vectoring differential.

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To know how a torque vectoring differential works watch the video below.

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