Toyota Goes All-In on All-Wheel Drive

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Power to the Rear Wheels
When the system is engaged, the driveline is connected via a dog clutch, sending power to the rear wheels via an electronic coupler that can vary the amount of power — up to as much as 50 percent. Like the Camry and Avalon, the Highlander AWD system does not provide torque vectoring — power gets evenly distributed to the rear wheels.

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