This paper presents an experimental study of the electronic differential system with four-wheel, dual-rear in wheel motor independently driven an electric vehicle. It is worth bearing in mind that the electronic differential is a new technology used in electric vehicle technology and provides better balancing in curved paths. In addition, it is more lightweight than the mechanical differential and can be controlled by a single controller. In this study, intelligently supervised electronic differential design and control is carried out for electric vehicles. Embedded system is used to provide motor control with a fuzzy logic controller. High accuracy is obtained from experimental study.