Being an Offroad guy with a Land Cruiser I like locking rear differentials, just don't understand the value on a sports car with low clearance that will never go offroad. On pavement every time you turn you will hear chirping from the rear tires as one tire travels farther than the one on the interior of the turn
These are not 100% lockup like an off-road vehicle.
so it s a limited slip rather than locking. Limited slip would allow movement between the two wheels, locking does not. If thats what it is, why not say limited slip?
I am liking the look more now that I see it, even with a soft top
The DPC differential features clutch packs on both output sides that are actuated by an electric motor. The clutch pack activates a planetary gearset which causes one wheel to be overdriven.