PARIS – What BorgWarner Inc. calls the third generation of its Interactive Torque Management intervenes on torque distribution in 4-wheel-drive vehicles before wheels start to slip. “Whereas in normal passive drive systems, the distribution of driving torque results purely from the difference in the rotational speed of the drive shafts, the active ITM 3e all-wheel-drive system is controlled by external electronics,” BorgWarner says in a press release being prepared to announce the ...

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