All-wheel drive systems in electric vehicles are good for many things, for example, the momentarily available torque. Nissan showed another advantage of such a transmission.
The developer published a video with a ramen robot demonstrating the features of the e-4ORCE proprietary all-wheel drive (it is equipped with the Ariya electric crossover). In a short promotional video on the manufacturer's website, a stand-alone device robot brings a dish of noodles to each participant in the meeting, and it goes fast enough, but during braking, the liquid in the bowl does not spill out. So when driving on a real car, passengers do not lean back during a sudden stop.
�An electric motor can provide excellent acceleration, but that was not our goal. The e-4ORCE system controls the movement of the car, ensuring smoothness even when stopped,� said Redzo Hiraku.
Currently, the manufacturer is working on adapting the model robot to our conditions, and a design patent has already been issued. The car is built on the CMF-EV platform, which also underlies the Renault Megane eVision. Depending on the battery capacity and the number of electric motors (one or two), the power reserve will vary from 340 to 500 km on a single charge.
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