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This Honda NSX Features Independent Wheel Power Allocation

 - Jun 10, 2016
References: hondanews & gizmag
The latest and greatest version of the Honda NSX is a wonderful all-electric variant that has been dubbed the Honda SH-AWD NSX. This incredible, electric-powered high-performance competitive race car is all set to be driven by Tetsuya Yamano at the Pikes Peal competition.

This particular Honda NSX will be exclusively powered by batteries. By relying on pure battery power, the vehicle will be able to promise instant torque. Additionally, the presence of an individual motor at each wheel will make it possible for the driver to exercise where power is sent to each of the four corners. The end result is an incredible torque vectoring system that allows for independent, four-wheel power allocation.

This electric Honda NSX proves that electric power doesn't harm competitive race car performance, and indeed can actually enhance it.