Outstanding traction, increased driving dynamics and more driving safety. Or to put it briefly: Quattro. Hardly any other drive brings the engine's power to the road so confidently.
In a technical variant, the central component is the self-locking centre differential. In its basic design, this purely mechanical planetary gear distributes drive torques asymmetrically to favour driving dynamics. With a 40:60 ration between the front and rear axle. If necessary, up to 70 percent can be directed to the front wheels, or up to 85 percent to the rear wheels to counteract slip.
In a further technical variant, the permanent all-wheel drive is coupled with an electronically controlled and hydraulically operated multi-disc clutch for power distribution. Furthermore, the wheel-selective torque control counteracts unwanted wheel slip through targeted braking interventions on all wheels. This results in controllable and sporty handling combined with outstanding traction.