50 Car Innovations We're Thankful For

Torque Vectoring

Torque vectoring started as a technology designed to help Formula 1 cars take tight corners quickly. It works by applying brake force to the front inside wheel, while cornering to reduce wheelspin and help the car rotate more quickly. Since then, it has trickled down into sports and luxury cars and is just starting to make its way into more plebian offerings, like the 2012 Ford Focus.

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