In a bid to alleviate the understeering inherent in most of its nose-heavy all-wheel-drive cars, Audi AG introduces a new active sport differential to its trademark quattro AWD system. Known as torque-vectoring and popularized by Honda Motor Co. Ltd.’s recent introduction of its Super Handling-All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD) system, the new Audi technology incorporates an active rear differential, which can distribute up to 100% of the engine’s output to either of the rear wheels. Building on ...

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