urrent energy transmission modules in vehicles do not fully utilise the entire energy generated by the engine.To counteract destabilising forces during instances of intense acceleration and deceleration, increase the efficiency of energy distribution through the entire vehicle system.


The solution to this challenge has been tested few times successfully with systematic measurements and has generated reliable results so far. The solution is to mount the drive units in the cars in a way that most amount of power derived from the torque of the engine is always directed downward. This increases the cohesion of wheels to the road surface and results in better balance of the vehicle, increases performance and reduces tendency to tilt. The effect is the same for both intense acceleration and deceleration leading to a much more stable driving experience. To summarise the advantages of the proposed solution:

1. Reduced slipping/skidding of tires at start.
2. Better acceleration.
3. Decrease of breaking distance.
4. Improved stability and better driving on curves.
5. Higher overall safety.

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