Many manufacturers tout the benefits of sending torque where it is needed. Audi pioneered the technology in their quattro system nearly 3 decades, and Subaru has gained a loyal following thanks to great offroad performance. But now they are all back at the drawing board, as we see the Rimac C_Two torque vectoring in action.

Instead of using mechanical or electronic differentials, Rimac does it with software. Each wheel has its own electric motor that instantly reacts. The notion of incredible grip caught the eyes of engineers at Stuttgart, so Porsche has purchased a decent stake in the company. With 1,914 horsepower and 1,697 lb-ft of torque at all wheels, we can barely wait to drive one. Stay with us for all your Rimac updates.

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