All vehicle manufacturers utilize differentials as a method of protecting your vehicle while providing adequate traction when you’re zooming around turns. A few different types of differentials are used, and the one you have will be determined by the kind of performance your vehicle provides.

The most common differential is an open differential. There is more torque provided to your outside wheels in comparison to your interior wheels when turning.

Limited Slip Differential

Your vehicle will be able to determine which tire is in need of the most traction assistance. Torque will be adjusted to that tire.

Locking Differential

A performance vehicle will typically utilize a locking differential to fix the axels on all of your tires.

Torque-Vectoring Differential

Sensors allow for traction to be monitored on all four of your tires. Your vehicle will be able to adjust torque accordingly.

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