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  • Asymawi Abd Aziz
    Torque vectoring normally works by piggybacking on the natural properties of a differential, which allow one wheel on an axle to go faster or slower than another. Mitsubishi defined the technology with its Active Yaw Control on the Lancer Evolution IV rear axle.
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