Originally Posted by CraigUK
Neither did I, back to the drawing board! What is the difference between that and 4wd?
Not sure but this is taken from the RS3 Brochure:
It’s the technology that has given Audi the
edge on the rally circuit ever since it was first
introduced 30 years ago – a technology that
delivers ultimate control whilst enhancing
the sporty characteristics which make the
Audi RS 3 Sportback so thrilling to drive.
It’s called quattro® all-wheel-drive. The
principle is simple: in the same way that
four brakes ensure better deceleration,
four driven wheels deliver better acceleration
and road-holding, pushing or pulling the car
as needed, for a driving experience that’s
both dynamic and safe.