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As a player since 2015, and a car enthusiast, I have always thought that rovers were useful for the robotic exploration of a celestial body, especially after the "breaking ground" dlc. Unfortunately, I have always had problems with drift with rovers especially when breaking, even on Kerbin, I can understand these problems on moons like Gilly which has very low gravity, but watching video of the Moon Rover traveling on a celestial body which has 1/6 of the Earth's gravity sprinting around and not drifting like on ksp. I was wondering, do you think that in ksp2 the system with which the wheels will interact with various terrain and gravity will be revisited?

here some footage of the moon rover:

(PS. sorry for my bad english)

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