Gran Turismo 5 Front Wheel Drive Guide
This guide will help you to get how to distinguish the Vehicle Drivetrain Types in Gran Turismo 5 and told you a simple knowledge about a front whell drive car. Read it in a short time and you will easy to master the technology.
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is very common in Gran Tursimo 5
, it can setup easily and give a simple control for racer. GT5 wants to every racer have real experience in racing, So engine placement is very important for weight balance of a car, the following will explain the concept of Gran Turimo 5 Front-Wheel-Drive
Gran Turismo 5 Front-Wheel-Drive
Gran Turismo 5 A front-wheel-drive
(FWD) car has engine power delivered to the front wheels. The benefit of this setup is easy, simple control that's difficult to lose. Front-wheel-drive vehicles are great cars to start with because they're typically not as rowdy as other drivetrain setups. A mistake in a FWD vehicle will generally result in manageable understeer, rather than out-of-control oversteer. The downside is that the FWD setup is inherently detrimental to acceleration.
As we discussed earlier, as a vehicle accelerates its weight balance transfers to the rear wheels. As the weight shifts away from the front wheels, those front wheels lose traction. Since the acceleration of a Gran Turismo 5 front-wheel-drive
car is dependent on the traction of the front wheels, this weight transfer limits acceleration. Also, high-powered FWD vehicles tend to suffer from torque steer. As the front tires share the responsibilities of both acceleration and steering, there's a real chance that quick acceleration off the line can tug the steering left or right. As such, you'll find that few performance-minded cars have FWD drivetrains.
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