Do you have a source on that up to 70mph claim?There is a misunderstanding in the description...
The RL is still very much an AWD vehicle long after 18MPH.. (if memory serves, up to 70MPH).
What it won't do after 18MPH is LOCK the dif.
I don't see any issue with what he said really, if he just added... "until wheel slip is detected" at the end.That is an interesting read. Here's a pertinent excerpt from it: EDIT: This sounds totally wrong..... especially last sentence.
EDIT: I believe the above info in that article is very inaccurate, especially the point about VTM-4 being "effectively pure FWD after 18MPH". This is just an incorrect understanding of how VTM-4 works by the author of that article; which is very unfortunate, because it reads like it was written by an authority on the subject ("NOT!").
If the author was not totally misunderstanding how VTM-4 operates, then he truly mis-stepped in his attempt to explain his understanding.... because this does not read right at all.
You're right, it's kinda vague.I have no idea when VTM-4 tails off during normal acceleration in normal (auto) mode.
Except that's not all we get from VTM-4 Jeb.I don't see any issue with what he said really, if he just added... "until wheel slip is detected" at the end.