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2022 GT-L, AWD system specs?

Axc111

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I have tried searching through the group and online and I cannot find the answer. The GT line has a different type of all-wheel-drive system which is not as nice as the GT but is the bias the same? In sport the GT is 20/80. Are those ratios the same for the GT line
 

MerlintheMad

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Where did you hear that the AWD is different between the GT-Line and the 3.3L GT?

The most torque that gets sent to the front wheels is 50%; most of the time it is heavily rear biased.
 

Axc111

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The GT has torque vectoring, and D-AWD.
That’s in the booklet brochure and on the website for the GTL line that is not mentioned.
 

7Andrei7

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The GT has torque vectoring, and D-AWD.
That’s in the booklet brochure and on the website for the GTL line that is not mentioned.
I have a RWD GT-Line (Eu spec) and I have torque vectoring. That's because I live in a Temperate Zone. All Eu spec GT Line from the Frigid Zone get LSDs as standard. I think the torque vectoring is the minimum spec across all models, RWD or AWD. The extra, better option would be the LSD (Limited Slip Differential).
As for the AWD system, I would be very very surprised if there would be any difference.
 

MerlintheMad

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Yes, torque vectoring is standard. LSD (Limited Slip Differential) is the step up. And D-AWD is for Limited models only: in 2019, in the US, the Fed Orange which only released 800 (less than 500 of which were D-AWD); and in 2020 the Indigo which, I believe, was Limited to 500 vehicles, all with D-AWD (could be mistaken about that; but the point is the release was Limited, and D-AWD only comes in the Limited for those two years).
 
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