A four-wheeled vehicle with power supplied to both axles may be described as an “all-wheel drive” vehicle. However, not all “four-wheel drive” vehicles are truly “all-wheel drive”, a.k.a. 4×4, as vehicles with more than two axles may also be described as “four-wheel drive” regardless of how many axles, so long as two axles (of two wheel ends apiece) are powered.
However, these brand new all terrain 4WD military vehicles can drive on water, snow, swamp, and ice just like it’s dry land. Four-wheel drive, 4×4 (“four by four”), 4WD, and AWD is a form of drivetrain capable of providing power to all wheel ends of a two-axle vehicle simultaneously. The powerful vehicles in this video demonstrate what a true all wheels drive vehicle should really do. No gimmicks here, simply powerful all terrain 4WD military vehicles doing what they’re supposed to do.
Would you dare to drive one of these vehicles through swamps, ice, and snow like in this video?