Anzir said:Reminds me of the launch of the new RS4... big slide and ice rink at the bottom for that one..
A little OT, but older quattros had roughly a 78/22 split on the larger cars. Early ones had a locking center diff, late 80's most went to a Torsen (Torque Sensing) center diff, with an ability to lock the rear diff at low speeds. Late 90's saw EDL (electronic diff lock) replace vacuum operated locking diff. For more info, go to www.audifans.com.ycchan said:I thought the Quattro system is variable. It sends power to the wheel which has most grip --> not always 50/50 ?
Agreed quattro is excellent for winter driving. But I must say choice of tires is also important in the snow even for quattro. My little brother drives an A6 4.2 sport package. The stock Z-rated tires are not good in the snow, but with the correct tires quattro is un-stoppable in the snow and ice:wroom:gsfent said:I agree, makes the BMW a good winter car, but for serious winter driving, nothing beats quattro... lovelove
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