Electric vehicles have superior traction control

edited November -1 in General
This is simply due to the fact that their so little delay between power delivery and wheel monitoring. Add to that only one effective gear and we should all find traction control works much better than in any gasoline powered car especially in rain and snow.

By the way, worst ever traction control was in my wife's old Volvo turbo with front wheel drive due to the incredibly long lag time / sensor delay. All it really seemed to do was make a pathetic, faint grinding sound. And I thought it snowed in Sweden...


  • edited November -1
    Yes, among many reasons why electric vehicles are brilliant!

    Imagine an EV with AWD, with capabilities like a Subaru Forester! That would be very cool!

    Or even a Model S with AWD.

    I'm very curious about the off road capabilities of the Model X!
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