December 16

Rocket Science Technology in VW Skoda Cars

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This video is about my discussion with Munish Ji about Volkswagen and how rocket science technology is being used in Volkswagen Skoda cars.

Audi offers the quattro drive in different versions customised for each model. In the compact construction series with transversely mounted engine, a multi-disc clutch with hydraulic actuation and electronic control is mounted on the rear axle. The multi-disc clutch is located on the front axle in the R8 mid-engine sports car. These active systems distribute the forces variably to both axles depending on the driving situation.

The self-locking centre differential, which is used in many Audi models with a front-mounted longitudinal engine, is a purely mechanical epicyclic gear. Normally, it sends the drive torques to the front and rear axle in a ratio of 40:60.

The sport differential on the rear axle is available for some top motorisations. It can actively distribute the torques between the rear wheels by means of two superposition stages with electro-hydraulic multi-disc clutches. In extreme cases, almost the entire torque reaches a wheel – the system pushes the car into the bend, whereby it eliminates under-steering at the outset.

Find more part of the Discussion with Munish Ji about DSG Gearbox Here and Volkswagen Skoda 2.0 Cars Here.

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