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Car Tech 101: Understanding rear-wheel steering

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  • Ramiroo86
    January 18, 2018

    But can you drift

  • Abdulrahman Alghamdi
    January 19, 2018

    Sounds interesting. I have a 2008 Lexus es350 and I feel my can steers from behind when I steer left or right at a high speed. Do you think my car has such systems?

  • Shniggit
    March 24, 2018

    Hey Dipshit, this is all wheel steering, not rear wheel steering.

  • This movie is just amazing! I wish my teachers in the University (in Ukraine) would explain me their subjects in the way you do in your show. Great job, probably one of the best show I've ever seen (as close to "How it's made" as only possible), keep doing that. It's very informative and fascinating, I just love it! Thank you so much. Don't be so surprise if you see those movies translated in Russian somewhere in YouTube)

  • TheRedc0met
    May 5, 2018

    Try to ask American manufacturers to think of car tech like this. Lol

  • Filthy Connoisseur
    May 14, 2018

    I like the computer aided visuals to explain the matter which is really helpful and makes the video look authentic. Thanks

  • MrJuice105
    June 7, 2018

    This guys an idiot, when those third gen preludes came out they expected to sell 30% with the 4WS system and yet 80% of the cars sold in the 1st year (1988) had the 4WS system. Fxckin joke honda was at it's peak in the late 80s and early 90s with 4WS ATTS VTEC VTC and much more.the car also put performed Porsche's and Ferrari's in the slolam test and the NSX practically took Ferrari back to school and let's not get started with Formula1 at this time cause honda was dominating there as well…

  • Mir V
    July 3, 2018

    is that a rendered lexus gs450h?

  • Zen Kumar
    September 26, 2018

    Rip Drifting 😢

  • KroneYT
    January 10, 2019

    The Third Generation Honda Prelude was literally the best car ever made. Don't shit talk the Honda Prelude, especially the third generation one.

  • Vic Yu
    February 18, 2019

    thats mean ? high speed cant make a corner ? racing ?

  • James
    February 27, 2019

    How does it work on highways though. Do the back wheels just stay straight when going around highway turns?

    April 7, 2019

    you do not need rear wheel steering – if you take your lines in the turn from the rear wheels instead of the from wheals it will achieve the same rezolt with excellent balance and control of the car and its weight distribution … the rear is what holds your car in the turn , the front wheels are rather misleading …

  • Dongshuo Wu
    May 11, 2019

    How about at a curve of country road say 50 mph?

  • Bladed Angel
    May 23, 2019

    He wasn't trash talking the Prelude. He was just saying, "It was a market flop" meaning that it's sales figures were rather poor compared to other Honda's.
    "Market flop" is different then saying, "Total Failure". For example, the Chevy SS was also a market flop at time of release. Now it's one of the most sought after used cars. Calling a car a market flop is just factual, but it's not saying that the car itself was horrible. It just means people didn't appreciate it enough at release to purchase it, but chances are, they may come to like it later down the line. The fact that people interpret any statement said about their car waifu as an insult, really just blows me away.

  • Alex Games
    June 23, 2019

    One example of four wheel steering system was on r34 the point is both high and low speed steering

  • David Roman
    July 13, 2019

    Just more stuff to break

  • CMS Roanoke
    August 22, 2019

    Extra money to build and maintain only for a very small irrelevant advantages

  • Jun Liang
    September 2, 2019

    very clear and understandable!

  • James Smith
    September 6, 2019

    1:44 simple physics, pivot is more nearer to the back than the front based on the turning radius of the back wheels

  • Yeng Vue
    November 15, 2019

    1990 Honda Prelude 4WS, this is old technology.

  • Yash Mistry
    November 21, 2019

    My question paper
    Explain 4 wheel drive steering in detail.

    *Literally writing everything this guy said

  • Avility
    January 20, 2020


  • Matt Cecchin
    January 22, 2020

    What happens to the rear wheels when reversing to park. Fixed or opposite direction?

  • Georges K
    February 8, 2020

    It's funny you never mention rear roll steer on a live axle. A video on that would also be good.

  • Jack Weyler
    April 27, 2020

    that answered all my questions. thanks

  • Ivan Kontra
    May 30, 2020

    I was saying this could work in 7th grade and everyone was saying it was a bad idea.

  • J R
    July 4, 2020

    This is 25 years out of date 4 gen Honda computer controlled 😂 👎🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🤔

  • Tony Rod
    July 6, 2020

    car engineering is still stuck on the old bike-pedal principle. A car is still primitive by definition. If science doesnt stop building its progress on existing old principles we will never see true technological advancement.

  • Quak
    August 1, 2020

    Pov: You searched for this video

  • Ahowardsky
    September 18, 2020

    What will happen if these thing malfunction at high speed? Like turning to opposite direction

  • Rado Kromka
    September 23, 2020

    Any honda preludeo owners here? 😛

  • Gamble
    October 9, 2020

    You could still turn and correct with rear wheels opposing front, just take a bit less steering, it wouldn't be much different, maybe more elegant to have the freedom to essentially make the car move diagonally (would certainly make parallel parking in those tight spaces a lot simpler, especially if the wheels could get close to 90 degrees allowing you to line up and go near sideways) having the option to manually select the steering mode appropriate for the manoeuvre you want to make from the steering wheel would be a great feature as then regardless of speed you could pick the most appropriate, all wheel opposed or all wheel in synch, maybe rear wheels locked if necessary, a simple push pull lever would suffice, heck if you're really advanced it could be a slider that can adjust the degree of opposition or synchronisation with fixed real wheel in the middle so you can choose how tight your turn is or how much your you turn versus move diagonally intuitively as automatic systems, while good for inexperienced drivers don't always make the right choice as the automatic courtesy car I drove for a week proved, one minute I'm accelerating onto a main road and the engine is roaring, next I'm turning onto an uphill and it's up-shifting, found myself reaching for the non-existent gear stick!

  • recon forsales
    October 14, 2020

    A bit of pointless feature if you are asking me!

  • MrSaemichlaus
    October 18, 2020

    Do they use the indicator signal to distinguish between a lane change and a long sweeping curve on highway?

  • Eman C.
    October 25, 2020

    this man said praylude im dead

  • zohi
    November 13, 2020

    who's here after hearing about the new brz86

  • Maher Boudabra
    December 16, 2020

    what is the threshold of low speed ?

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