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Is this not what Acura is doing as well with the current generation NSX? Based on what I have read, the car seems to benefit in regards to performance (traction and handling). I see a lot of potential with this technology and would like to see Lexus/Toyota dive deeper into the use of this tech.There is some talk on the front page about in-wheel electric motors as direction they want Lexus to head in. Quite a tricky path as there has been development of such concepts since 2005 and there is still no breakthrough. Mitsubishi thought it was an easy way to make ultimate AWD setup for their Evo program and went very deep into in-wheel motors but so far nothing came out of it.