Off-road abilities are several factors. The main ones are the type of tires, engine power, AWD mode, the type of car and the ground clearance.
The first car has a powerful engine but asphalt tires. With all-wheel drive engaged, it tries to overcome an average incline.
The next car has a stock engine but off-road tires. In the process of lifting, the disengagement and activation of all-wheel drive is demonstrated.
The latter car has super off-road tires and tries to tackle a very steep incline. It also demonstrates the inclusion and disengagement of all-wheel drive on a slope.
In all cases, Traction Control is turned off, since at the moment it interferes with off-road conditions, because slows down RPM when slipping :o) Later this moment will probably be finalized for SUVs and the ability to block upshifts will be added.
Off-roading will also be affected by the ratio of clearance to chassis length. Thus, passenger cars will have worse cross-country ability than SUVs on the same asphalt tires.
Long skidding in one place will cause burrowing. In this case, you can use a cable or a winch :o)
Off-road tires have poor acceleration and lower top speed on asphalt roads.
Each tire has 2 health values: remaining tread height, and tire cord wear. Various factors affecting the wear of each of the factors. Tread thickness will wear out in most cases due to slipping and skidding of each wheel. Whereas the tire cord wears out due to the hard impacts of the wheel.
Off-road tread wears much longer than asphalt tires, but the tire cord wears out more.
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