Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft, the precursor to Mercedes-Benz, introduced the 'Dernburg-Wagen', the world's first commercially available four-wheel drive vehicle, in 1907.
What does 4WD stand for?
4WD stands for Four-Wheel Drive
This definition appears very frequently
- For You to Envy
- Fourth Universal Player
- 4-Valued Logic
- Four Wire
- Witness/Other Person Protection (police incident code; New Zealand)
- 4-Wheel Alignment
- 4-Wire Analog
- 4-Wheel Anti-lock Braking System (automotive)
- 4-Wire Analog Interface
- Four Wheel Anti-Lock (brake system)
- Four Wheel Drive Association of British Columbia
- 4-Wire Ear and Mouth
- Four Wave Mixing
- Four-Wheel Steering
- Execute Search Warrant (police incident code; New Zealand)
- Explore, Expand, Exploit, Exterminate (strategy gaming term)
- FOREX (Foreign Exchange; currency trading)
- Four Cross
- Four Wheels, Two Wheel Drive
Samples in periodicals archive:
Designed to mix the practicality of the regular C4 with off-roader styling cues, the C4 Aircross is available with two and four-wheel drive versions in some markets and will be launched in the UK during the second half of 2012.
It is the fifth model in the Czech company's line-up and will be available in four trim levels with a choice of five engines and two or four-wheel drive.
You no longer need to drive a controversial so-called Chelsea Tractor to enjoy the dual benefits of four-wheel drive and invincibility, thanks to Volkswagen.
Four-Wheel Drive Don't engage either of the SEE's four wheel drive options when a wheel is spinning in sand, dirt or mud.
UK MOTORISTS are to miss out on new four-wheel drive versions of the Mercedes E-Class saloon and estate models, which go on sale in mainland Europe this autumn.
If War Is Hell, You'll Want Four-Wheel Drive War has been very good to us.