Every element of the McLaren Artura contributes to a uniquely intense experience. Key to this is the first-ever deployment of an electronically controlled differential (e-diff), that independently controls torque moving across the rear axle. Lighter and more controllable than a mechanical differential, the e-diff locks and unlocks individual rear wheels to improve the Artura’s traction out of corners. Leonardo Pascali, McLaren Director of Vehicle Technology and Chassis, explains more in this week’s Tech Club.
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