All Wheel Drive: all wheel drive explained, differential, electronic differential lock (EDL), haldex, jeep 4wd systems, low range, proactive AWD, quattro evolutions, safety concerns, terrain response system, testdrive, Torque-vectoring AWD, torque split ratio, torsen, viscous coupling
Brands: 4motion, quattro, super select, xDrive
Videos: Diagonal spin test, electronic differential lock test, quattro vs. xdrive test, Viscous Coupling Test
Vehicles: acura, alfa-romeo, AMC, audi, bentley, BMW, bucher, bugatti, cadillac, chevrolet, chrysler, citroen, dacia, daihatsu, dodge, fiat, ford europe, Ford USA, gaz, GMC, holden, honda, hummer, hyundai, infiniti, isuzu, jaguar, jeep, kia, lada, laforza, lamborghini, lancia, land rover, lexus, lincoln, mazda, mercedes, MG, mini, mitsubishi, nissan, opel, panther, peugeot, pontiac, porsche, range rover, renault, saab, seat, skoda, ssangyong, subaru, suzuki, toyota, uaz, vauxhall, volkswagen, volvo
Automatic all wheel drive. Normally a rear wheel drive vehicle until slip is detected or low speeds (up to 30 km / h) - in these cases power is transferred to the front (up to 50% of torque).
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