Isn't it somehow customization via adjustment?
Example; If I could memorize the correct amount of travel velocity and had the ability to control my right foot, I should be able to apply enough pressure at the right moments to allow a perfect amount of drive wheel rotation just shy of tire slippage (burning rubber) and maintain a near-perfect tire friction with the road. So a device like this one can "tune" to adjust for the many variables such as tire type, road surface, road condition, and such.
I take it traction control does this. But not like a Tesla. When I race my Bolt against my neighbors P100D, even in ludicrous mode, his wheels almost never slip and lose traction. He just mashes the go-pedal and he's off. In traction control, I mash the go-pedal and always wheel slippage. Traction Control off, go-pedal mashed, and the Bolt will burn rubber for 100 feet or more. Even during go-pedal mashing, when wanting to accelerate from a constant 30MPH to merge, the tires most often slip/burn rubber.
If this product isn't, what can be a possible solution?
BTW, in a rolling start at 20MPH, My Bolt kicks my neighbors Tesla butt to 32 MPH! He's gotta drag that extra 1800 lbs. Unfortunately, that's just about the moment he makes the jump to light speed and vanishes from my observable universe.