Join Date: Apr 2019
Location: Fort Lauderdale
Optimum driving mode for heavy rain... ??
Here in 'the Sunshine State,' sometimes that sunshine is liquid sunshine, and in mass quantities.
One of my criteria for any new car that led me to buy the I Pace was the benefit of AWD (and the adjustable height was a bonus) for the rainy times.
I figured AWD was on all the time and it would take care of any traction issues.
Then I read here that in comfort mode (my normal choice), the power is all to the rear tires (eco, a 30/70 front to rear power ratio). I know the adaptive all surface mode is specified for snow, off-road, and rain.
So should I be using that in those conditions, or is comfort (or eco) sufficient? I am not an aggressive driver pushing the envelope, although I do tend to speed in normal rain, if I'm on the highway.
2019 I-Pace 400EV HSE First Edition
Corris Grey - Ebony/Ebony