McLaren Ice Driving School: MP4-12C Drifting [Photo Gallery]
The Swiss location is well known for being a proper second home to skiers and other winter sports lovers and since the tourists that visit it come with a certain financial status, it was only normal for McLaren to set ground there.
The British carmaker is teaching drivers how to use the electronically-controlled rear-wheel drive system of the MP4-12C and MP4-12C Spyder to handle low grip situations.
This is especially interesting, since the MP4-12C doesn’t make use of a limited slip differential, relying solely on the Brake Steer (McLaren’s F1-borrowed torque steer) and the ESP to keep the vehicle on track.
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