Originally Posted by stega
Not necessarily. Absolutely different experience for sure but Porsche has done a great job implementing it IMO. Accelerating out of corners and any time you are driving hard in the rain and an AWD car is amazing. Good luck keeping up with a 4S on a damp/wet track. Also, on certain tracks, the traction of the AWD is very useful. An AWD is an easier car to drive fast and feels incredibly planted (take an R8 out sometime at the track and see what I mean
). There are compromises too but to simply say it sucks is not a fair comment.