I was watching some videos about the Rimrac Concept1. Rather than dual electric motors, they have a motor for each wheel allowing some real torque vector control per wheel. On Tesla's dual motor cars, the software to decide if more power should placed to the forward or rear wheels seem straight forward, but it's not clear to me how things work side to side. Is there something in between the electric motor and the wheel to deal with the inside wheel moving slower than the outside wheel on a turn problem? Apply regenerative breaking per wheel? While I don't plan to drift my Model 3, it does seem like having a motor per wheel would supply superior control. Probably nothing I would notice most of the time, but would be interesting to find out how Tesla solved this problem. Anybody have any ideas?