surprisingrice· Registered User
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I had heard (e.g. Bjorn Nylund) that the front drive boosts acceleration, but probably disengages during highway cruising (which would explain the good range). I'm wondering what that means for a highway trip in midwest winter (say, Chicago IL to Houghton MI, avg snowfall about 5 yards). Will the extra traction be gone when I'm cruising down the highway on packed snow/ice? Maybe it will kick-in if I'm trying to move the ID4 after a snowfall, or get hung-up on snow trying to enter/exit the highway.