No one else has made it into the office yet this morning ... don't expect many to show up at all. We probably got close to a foot over night. It's good and cold so it wasn't a problem getting the driveway cleared with the snow thrower. No one on the roads either (still have a blizzard warning in effect until this afternoon) ... the car just loves this stuff!
2013 S4 Prestige S Tronic | Monsoon Grey | Black/Red Leather | Carbon Atlas | Sport Diff. | Adaptive Suspension | 19" Wheels
2015 Q5 TDI Prestige | Cuvee Silver | Chestnut Brown Leather Sport Interior | Fine Ash Inlays | Adaptive Suspension | Tow Package
Great pics! Just curious, what tires are you guys running in the snow? Winters or all-seasons?
Nokian Hakka R2's mounted in October. Superb grip in snow, just unbelievably good on ice. Quieter and less impact harshness than OEM Continental ContiSportContact 3 summer tires. Wet performance has been great so far.
Been having a great time in the snow. Played around with dynamic versus comfort…you really get a sense of how much the sport differential is doing in slippery conditions.
2013 S4 - Premium Plus
Ibis White with Luna Silver/Black Silk Nappa Leather Options: 6 speed Manual/Sports Differential/19 inch Wheels/Adaptive Damping Suspension/MMI/B&O/Advanced Key/Carbon Atlas/Rear Side Airbags Mods: EuroCode Shifter/Milltek Non-Resonated Exhaust/Alu Kreuz Stabilizer/ECS Mesh Grille/Red Supercharged Badges
Dunlop Winter Sport. Second winter on them. They've been great tires. Worst part about winter driving is the other people on the road who are lesser equipped. I love leaving crack of dawn...no cars on the road...unplowed roads. This car is amazing in the winter.
2012 S4 / Monsoon Gray / Premium Plus / DSG / 19" peelers / Sport Dif / Nav
Dunlop Winter Sports here also. Did exactly what whs3 above me did the other morning. Of course the first other car I came across was someone in an SUV doing 10mph. Stayed cool and didn't pass them, took a whole bunch of patience, but I did it. Not an easy thing to do when your driving something so awesome in the snow.