Is a 4WD Carrera better than a RWD Carrera with winter tyres in the snow?

Which has better road-holding in the snow: a 911 Carrera 4WD without winter tyres, or a Carrera RWD with winter tyres?

Asked on 10 August 2013 by MA, Stroud

Answered by Honest John
Carrera RWD with. Done it, in Latvia in a Carrera S on Michelin Pilot Alpin PA4s. It's amazing to drive more than 400PS through the rear wheels of a rear-engined car and stay in full control:
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