Like other all-wheel-drive systems, Acura’s Super-Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD) distributes engine power to the front and rear wheels. Four spinning wheels instead of two means having increased traction in all road conditions, including wet tarmac, loose surfaces, and snow-covered pavement. However, the similarity between SH-AWD a conventional all-wheel drive (AWD) system ends there. The ‘Super Handling’ part adds torque vectoring between the left and rear wheels. Unlike conventional AWD systems, SH-AWD adjusts the torque being sent to either the left […]
Original article: Acura SH-AWD Explained: What Is It & How Does It Work?