Yes, the turning circle with the AWD is slight larger than the RWD version due to axle shaft CV joint limitations. But the car is primarily a RWD car. 201 hp to the rear wheels and if you have the AWD version, the front wheels add a 100 hp motor. With 302 hp, the AWD version should move along fairly well.Thanks. Good to hear. I was confused because there was a discussion of turning cycle with front-wheel drive.