I don't know if it is just US terminology but AWD is full-time 4WD with a center differential. 4WD lacks the center differential so has to be switched to 2WD (usually by disconnecting the drive to the front wheels) when not driving on slippery stuff or pulling tree stumps.Damo said:Well no doubt I may get shot down now, but the last time I checked the mini had 4 wheels so AWD is the same as 4wd
I though the rear suspension was based on the E46. If true, that can handle the M3's power so 260hp should not be a problem.Damo said:Wow! That must be one hell of a conversion? Have they seen the rear suspension on a mini? They'd have to redesign the whole back end of the thing surely, and god knows what that would do that gorgeous handling.
Wasn't on about it not handling the power. I think the normal FWD could handle 260! Probably!Keith said:
I though the rear suspension was based on the E46. If true, that can handle the M3's power so 260hp should not be a problem.