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    The technology in BlueTec vehicles includes a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system that uses diesel exhaust fluid, and a system of NOx adsorbers the automaker calls DeNOx, which uses an oxidizing catalytic converter and diesel particulate filter combined with other NOx reducing systems.
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  • How does torque vectoring AWD work?

    All-wheel drive

    A basic torque vectoring differential varies torque between the front and rear wheels. This means that, under normal driving conditions, the front wheels receive a set percentage of the engine torque, and the rear wheels receive the rest.
  • What is the M sport differential?

    The M Differential

    The drive torque is transmitted from the engine via the transmission and drive shaft to the rear axle differential. The M Differential distributes the drive torque evenly to both rear wheels and compensates for the rotational speed difference.
  • Which Subaru models have torque vectoring?

    Vehicles with Active Torque Vectoring
    • 2022 WRX. Standard on. All Models.
    • 2022 Crosstrek. Standard on. All Models.
    • 2022 Outback. Standard on. All Models.
    • 2022 Legacy. Standard on. All Models.
    • 2022 Impreza. Available on. 1 Model.
    • 2022 Forester. Standard on. All Models.
    • 2022 Ascent. Standard on. All Models.
  • What is lateral torque?

    A lateral torque-vectoring differential is composed of the mechanism of torque vectoring from the right wheel to the left wheel, and the similar mechanism of torque vectoring from the left to the right.
  • What is Subaru torque vectoring?

    Subaru's Active Torque Vectoring system uses wheel sensors to deliver improved steering response, and traction with the road, to help you corner more effectively and avoid unexpected dangers.

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