Thanks! This helps a lot. My white AWD comes next week and I have been torn about letting my VIN go and getting a PAWD, but dropping AP for later. If I do that it, it’s about a 4K difference until I spring for AP and better wheels, but I’d have P.Just drove a friend's AWD tonight, after driving the RWD a month ago. I was initially concerned about the "lag" I felt on the RWD at the start, and wondering how the AWD would do. I do not want to spend the dollars on P3D, so didn't drive one, and frankly didn't want to be tempted. Just wanted to know if my AWD choice would be gratifying to drive hard, and not have that little bit of vanilla start that the RWD has. I can say quite confidently, that there is no "lag", and that it jumps off the line very respectably. I was impressed. It felt solid and fast. I am sold, and no longer have any doubts about my AWD order.
I made the mistake of driving the PAWD today and love it, but as long as the AWD is punchy, non-chill, feeling , I think having AP and the 19 wheels my wife likes is a great compromise. At least I hope so.