Questions please about the 2017 Continental being offered in AWD and with the AWD using torque vectoring. I'm interested because I'm still driving a 2001 Grand Marquis, and I really like RWD.
1. With the premium turbo motor, the AWD with TV will be standard. Will the Continental that comes with a non-turbo V6 engine (3.7 Liter?) be offered with an available AWD with TV?
2. Is the AWD with TV the constant configuration as to how power is channeled to all four wheels, or is the AWD only engaged when it is manually turned on (with a switch?) by the driver? In other words, would the AWD with TV be engaged 24/7 and regardless of weather and terrain?
3. Does anyone have experience with AWD that works with torque vectoring?
4. What are your comments about Lincoln Continental's AWD with TV?
5. Will this become the standard for AWD in the future for all AWD cars? Is the next best thing to having a RWD?