Hey guys, I already hinted at it with the 0.19 release and I'd like to ask you all to share your knowledge about and personal experience with active differentials. (active meaning that they are controlled by some software rather than being fully hardware based) Electronically controlled differentials are a pretty wide field, there's many different systems and as I have learned over the past years, assuming to know all the quirks of modern cars just doesn't work out. Some manufacturer will always do something weird (and possibly wonderful) that you didn't know about before. So what I'd like to do with your help is to gather a nice list of active differential types and in which cars they are used. Please note: Unfortunately it's not of much use to me to just list a car and say that it got such a differential, what I'm after is more technical details, control concepts, weird ideas from the OEMs etc. Let me give you an example: Spoiler: BMW M Active Differential This is basically a clutch based LSD, but the clutch is electronically controlled. Thefore, what the diff can do is locking itself to minimize overly high wheelspin on one side of the diff. It has no means of actively controlling the torque output independently on both sides. Used for example in M3/4 cars. (https://www.bmw-m.com/en/topics/magazine-article-pool/the-active-m-differential.html) I'm interested in solutions from all manufacturers, all times and not restricted to road cars. If you happen to have detailed information about WRC active center diffs or other crazy motorsport things, feel free to mention this as well.