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First posting here. I will be a Q3 owner very soon, in fact just a few more days. In the mean time I have some questions regarding how the Q3 quattro system works. I hope someone can chimp in
- From what I understand (from the Audi websites and wiki...etc), the Q3 has its majority of torque at the front axle under normal driving conditions. But I can't seem to find exactly the percentage though, like 80%/20%, 90/10, or 95/5...etc. Since the MPG is so close between the FWD and Quattro, I would guess it's at least 90% on the front axle. Anyone has more concrete numbers?
- And how about torque distribution between the left and right wheels? Some said only the front axle can freely distribute torque among the front wheels, but not the rear axle... I find that a bit strange... is that true?
Thanks in advance!
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