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Had some snow on Friday, was able to have some fun in the slippery stuff on my way home from a client meeting, found a nice grass parking lot off a municipal soccer field I was able to pull into and pause for a cell phone picture.

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Had about 2" of snow on top of the frozen ground, so it was pretty slick, but had no problem dealing with it. Even found myself in a little power slide situation when I was leaving, rear end slid out as I gave it throttle (as it should in a sports car), and the AWD / Traction control system even let me hold it there for a second or two, and waited to engage until I lifted off and wanted to straighten things up. It did exactly what I wanted!
 

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Had some snow on Friday, was able to have some fun in the slippery stuff on my way home from a client meeting, found a nice grass parking lot off a municipal soccer field I was able to pull into and pause for a cell phone picture.

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Had about 2" of snow on top of the frozen ground, so it was pretty slick, but had no problem dealing with it. Even found myself in a little power slide situation when I was leaving, rear end slid out as I gave it throttle (as it should in a sports car), and the AWD / Traction control system even let me hold it there for a second or two, and waited to engage until I lifted off and wanted to straighten things up. It did exactly what I wanted!
What tyres do you have in your car?
 

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Had some snow on Friday, was able to have some fun in the slippery stuff on my way home from a client meeting, found a nice grass parking lot off a municipal soccer field I was able to pull into and pause for a cell phone picture.

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Had about 2" of snow on top of the frozen ground, so it was pretty slick, but had no problem dealing with it. Even found myself in a little power slide situation when I was leaving, rear end slid out as I gave it throttle (as it should in a sports car), and the AWD / Traction control system even let me hold it there for a second or two, and waited to engage until I lifted off and wanted to straighten things up. It did exactly what I wanted!
What tyres do you have in your car?
The OEM tires it came with, Continental Cross Contact 255/45R20
 
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