Often considered by a group of the classic car faithful to be “wrong-wheel-drive,” cars that send power to only the front axle tend to get a bad shake from enthusiasts. However, there are fun-to-drive options out there, and we want to know which one you (secretly) hate to love.
Front-wheel-drive was a technology first attempted in the sunrise of the automobile. The layout required more refinement than the industry was capable at the time, and, like so many other cool pieces of tech, took a hiatus for a few decades. The true revival of the FWD platform came with the flood of import cars and the American cars that were produced to combat that influx. From the Chrysler K-car to the Mini, there is a wide spectrum from utility to sportiness to be found with FWD powertrains.
So we know it might not be your dream layout, but take a step back and imagine for a second your dream FWD car, then leave it as a comment below.