Audi debuted the 6th generation of Quattro in the 2010 RS5. The key change in Generation VI is the replacement of the Torsen Type “C” centre differential with an Audi-developed “Crown Gear” differential. With the new “Crown Gear” center differential, up to 70% of the torque can be applied to the front wheels while up to 85% can be applied to the rear wheels if necessary. The net result of this advance in Quattro is the ability of the vehicle electronics to fully manage the vehicle dynamics in all traction situations, whether in cornering, acceleration, braking, snow or in any combination of these. This system was later adopted by the A7, the latest generation of the A6 and A8.