A rotation damper for a motor vehicle. A flywheel driven via a drive with angular velocity and rotating about an axis of rotation is cardanically mounted via a first bearing element and a second bearing element. The flywheel is rotatably mounted on the first bearing element at the rotational angle and the first bearing element is rotatably mounted on the second bearing element at a first rotational angle of a first axis of the flywheel oriented orthogonally to the axis of rotation, and the second bearing element is rotatably mounted at a second rotational angle of a second axis oriented orthogonally to the first axis. The first bearing element is operationally connected to a shaft drive and the second bearing element can be connected by a means to a wheel carrier of the motor vehicle.
Rotation damper for a motor vehicle