Not that I have found. Some roller tests exist and the fronts get more torque sooner.Are there any videos showing the split when Off-Road Assist is enabled? That would be really interesting to see.
Well, your GC is mostly just reducing throttle input, maybe more torque to the secondary axle, and preventing the traction control nannies from kicking in sooner. That exists on the MY with Off Road Mode and Slip Start.good question. Seems like this would be a simple solution by adding a snow mode with the proper torque distribution to maximize traction in winter conditions. Even my Grand Cherokee has a snow mode.
Well, RWD or FWD when cruising, but once there is slip or cornering, etc the secondary motor kicks on and the speed is a lot faster and more controlled than a mechanical differential. I have had Subarus for 19 years and I like the 3/Y in the snow/rain etc.Thanks, I know Bjorn, but I didn't watch in this detail. So at low power, M3/MY are RWD, and S/X are FWD? Sheesh, I like my Crosstrek more now.
Yeah, a simple F:R slider would help here. Or maybe a fixed 30:70 or whatever.
The M3P Track Mode allows that. You can set it to 20/80, 30/70, etc.