The thesis deals with development of an electronic differential for a multi- track vehicle with in-wheel electric motors. Without the use of the electronic differential vehicles have a tendency to straighten out, which leads to poor vehicle handling, wear and additional driver effort. Numerical simulation of rigid bodies were performed for estimating a theoretical operation of the electronic differential, in which torque on both motors, electric current of motors and speed of motors in a curve were measured. A program code for a torque-control differential on controller Arduino is also presented in this study. In experimental part of the study the electronic differential was tested in a three wheeler with measuring a minimal turning circle, a test- driver's feeling when driving with electronic differential turned on or off and with performing a test of inside wheel slipping when driving in a curve. The result were compared and commented. We also gave an opinion on the impact of using the electronic differential and developed plans for further work.