I don't see any advantage with this unless it's used for a limo. Please elaborate if you know a good use for this in a normal-sized car.
Answer by catchatyou · Dec 02, 2010 at 07:59 AM
The reason why this would be beneficial is because each wheel would need less horse-power to get great acceleration. So it would cut back on how much fuel it consumes.
The worst thing about something like that is that when you get your tires changed, expect double the price...
Answer by spock9898 · Jun 16, 2011 at 11:29 AM
Less Horsepower by adding wheels??? are you kidding??? I guess you're IGNORING the added WEIGHT of 4 more wheels.... added mechanical equipment another DRIVE SHAFT...upgrades to the transmission.... not a good fit.... Makes sense for BUSES and TRUCKS but not passenger cars...
Answer by Arty · Apr 03, 2011 at 08:09 AM
I think that only longer cars need more than 4 wheels. Sometimes you see trucks with 6 wheels. It's more for stability and ride comfort than anything so the middle of the car doesn't sway around in between the wheels
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