DETROIT – High-speed wheel torque control is possible, and that has ramifications for anyone trying to bring a vehicle under control on packed snow or when faced with a sudden surface change. That is the conclusion of Advics Co. Ltd., says Takahisa Yokayama, the researcher behind a paper testing these assumptions. The research team at the year-old company, a joint venture of Toyota Motor Corp., Denso Corp., Aisin Seiki Co. Ltd. and Sumitomo Electric Industries Co. Ltd., recognized ...

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