I would just add that spirited driving of a modern Lamborghini is safer by far than the “spirited” driving I see everyday by people with suvs and sedans on run-of-the-mill street tires. Those people have no idea how poorly controlled those vehicles are at speeds of 65mph and greater, whereas the Lambo is stable at more than twice that.Always an emotive subject......... Personally I would go with AWD every time because of the huge extra safety margin it gives when driving on normal roads. It's not as if driving any Lambo in a spirited fashion, whether RWD or AWD, is for for the faint-hearted. Its just that the limits and characteristics are different.
On a race track I would likely prefer the thrill of the RWD. But common sense tells me that AWD is always a better option for road use, if you can afford the additional cost.
I am an amateur driver, weekends in the canyons, and 2 times a year at the track. I am very pleased with AWD because of the feeling of control I have. I do not really try to approach the edge ofCurious thoughts on this I want AWD but wondering why so many guy’s want RWD
What about wet roads? Much difference?
At a racetrack, runway, or a very wide-open piece of pavement somewhere. Just do it over and over and over and over and watch the results where you and your car are in safety.Whats the best way to learn how to toss a car accurately