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The remote-controlled car demonstrates how Nissan's e-4orce technology can offer impressive handling and drivability over a variety of surfaces.

21 Mar 2022 | International News : Japan

Just shortly after utilising demonstrating how their e-4orce technology can deliver ramen, Nissan has revealed a new e-4orce radio-controlled car.

The remote-controlled car has been developed to demonstrate how the firm's e-4orce all-wheel control technology can offer handling and drivability over a variety of surfaces. The e-4orce RC car uses four electric motors, one for each wheel, to reproduce the actual e-4orce's all-wheel control technology. Utilised on a real car, Nissan e-4orce will enhance driver confidence by tracing the intended driving line over almost any road surface but without the need to change driving style or input.

The remote-control car comes with an exterior shell inspired by the Ariya, representing the first Nissan vehicle to be offered with e-4orce, and is put to the test navigating a specially developed figure-eight course with different surfaces to show how the technology maintains the driving line and steerability.

Operation of the e-4orce RC car is done with an arcade-like setup, complete with accelerator pedal, steering wheel and tilting racing seat. A monitor linked to the car's on-board camera gives the driver a first-hand impression, like driving a real car.

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