• The system ensures start-off performance by optimally distributing the entire drive torque, which is transmitted by the engine, to the front and rear wheels.

• To prevent the tight corner braking phenomenon from occurring during low-speed cornering, the system reduces the amount of torque distribution to the rear wheels.

Torque Distribution to Rear Wheels

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