Car Wheels Have Separate Motors (Apr, 1933)
Car Wheels Have Separate Motors
GERMAN automotive engineers have come out with a car which merits especial attention because of its unusual frontwheel drive. Each front wheel runs on its own axle and is powered by an individual motor. Far greater flexibility is thus provided especially on rough ground.
Another great advantage to this type of construction, engineers claim, is that a lower center of gravity is permitted, giving the car increased stability, speed, and an improved general appearance.
A clear idea of the construction of the bus will be gained from close inspection of the phantom view of the body below.