This is inspired by the Rimac Concept One, which is an electric supercar with one electric motor per wheel. It has special torque vectoring that sends power to each wheel as needed. I'd like to have a crack at an offroad version of this, with some extra features, if I can manage it. So the first thing is, what is the current state of electric motors in BeamNG? From the looks of the RC pack of cars, it looks like they're just heavily modified petrol engines. If there aren't proper electric motors, are there APIs available that would allow me to send drive to the wheels using custom code, so I could program my own motors? Secondly, and I assume this is possible, I'd like to program my own ESC system to manage drive to all four wheels, using some PID loops. You could get some unreal behaviour out of this. Thirdly, what about custom steering controls? With this, I could create a four-wheel steering setup that would allow rear-wheel steer to be turned on and off for crawling, but beyond that, you could also enable a "turret mode", where the car could rotate on the spot like NASA's manned rover. Even without four-wheel steering, skid-steer mode would be possible if I have full control over the torque going to all wheels. How doable is all this stuff? Just assume I can handle the required programming for now, I'm curious if the modding APIs exist to enable this kind of behaviour.