Torque Vectoring

Rimac All Wheel Torque Vectoring is a unique system which replaces conventional ABS, TCS and ESP systems as well as creates a completely new driving experience.

Torque Vectoring Features

The Rimac Automobili Torque Vectoring (R-AWTV) system controls longitudinal and lateral vehicle dynamics by using multiple independently controlled electric motors.

R-AWTV greatly improves vehicle dynamics and handling thus making the vehicle more agile and responsive. With our system, the vehicle reaches its maximum cornering performance as well as optimum acceleration and braking on all road conditions.

The system is fully adaptable and can be adjusted to drivers preferences - ranging from inexperienced to professional racing drivers.

Torque Vectoring Explained

Rimac All Wheel Torque Vectoring is a unique system that creates a new driving experience by utilising the advantages of independent wheel drive. The system provides unseen flexibility and grip by controlling each wheel individually one hundred times per second. Drivers can choose between various modes and settings to perfectly match their preferences, skills and the given situation.

Torque Vectoring in action

The R-AWTV system has helped Mr Nobuhiro Monster Tajima to finish in front of ICE powered racing cars and second overall on the 93rd Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on June 28th, 2015. The Torque vectoring was especially useful when the car lost its front mechanical brakes at 180 km per hour, supporting the driver with instantaneous stabilisation of the vehicle.