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VC awd vs Quattro
Then Kirby has the temerity to say:
>Problem. For this to count as dissimulation by Audi, they would have to be
>selling race cars here in the US, and misrepresenting the drivetrain. They
>are selling vehicles for the street, and I would be surprised if many of
>their customers, driving legally, could detect which torque distribution
>system was embedded in their drivetrain. Nor would it matter much for that
>which quattro is touted for - optimal handling in inclement weather; either
>would be better than none.
>Just my two Confederate dollars.
Problem. U and O are addressed with the torque split of the race cars,
exascerbated by the street cars. A choice of absolute traction and abs, over
high speed handling characteristics. A wise choice? Maybe for most drivers
Problem #2. Quattro in T*rsen trim bites, and hard, in terms of U and O. Why
specifically Audi doesn't race with it. Dissimulation? Naw, just scares the
hell out of some of us.
Problem #3. Who needs high speed handling? Well to a T*rsen that's a cf
argument. What is high speed when you are driving that quattro on snow or
ice? Friend or foe. Dissimulation? Audi claims friend. I've experienced