Post Sun Apr 03, 2016 5:04 am

Re: My Suggestions/Ideas

We can still say its a mix of driveability for rain driving, and offroad for snow driving.

The main things that can help with rain would be tires that don't suck in rain, and those already give better driveability, as well as things like driving assists, and no excessive wheelspin.

For snow, AWD is always fun, as is a decent ride height and tires that offer good traction, and those are all covered by the offroad stat.

As for the off-road stat, it's more meant to represent how good the car is on very poor roads, like rutted unpaved trails in the woods. I don't think many manufacturers design their offroad vehicles for rock crawling.