The benefit of driving 4 wheel drive cars is that you have the option to engage or disengage the four wheel drive when you need to. Four wheel drive is great on low traction surfaces (off road, snow, etc.).
They are rear wheel drive.
the rear wheel drive ones
All cars can be turned into a non front drive car.
Formula 1 isn't in Forza because it cannot support the physics needed for having open wheeled cars. And the FIA is strict on what game companies can do with F1.
You mean, what cars don`t come with front wheel drive. Most to-day are FWD.
An electric fan is needed on front-wheel drive cars
No, not feasibly. Front wheel drive cars typically have a transverse engine (as opposed to a longitudinal engine found in rear wheel drive cars) and a transmission with a different output location that that found on a rear wheel drive car... I won't say such a conversion is impossible, but it's highly impractical.
Well like most cars they drive best on paved roads, but subaru is popular for it's 4 wheel drive capabilities. Most of their models are considered good for off and on road driving.
Either a transverse engine for front wheel drive cars (and the occasional rear engine, rear wheel drive car), or a longitudinal engine for front/mid-engine, rear wheel drive cars.
The Chevy camaro is not front wheel drive but rear wheel drive as most sports cars.