Have we established FOR CERTAIN that the LSD is a clutch-type? i.e. have any of the engineers stated so? The 40-page brochure leads me to believe otherwise.
It states that the LSD will actually send power to the wheel with more traction. That leads me to believe it's a Torsen-type. I'm sure we've debated this before, and it seems like we reached the consensus that we will have a clutch-type LSD (because it's inexpensive, and the CTS-V is equipped with a clutch-type in the same case... etc)brochure *"plate"* 12 said:...Available as a performance option, the limited-slip differential typically divides power equally to Solstice's rear wheels. Yet on compromised surfaces like snow, gravel, or ice it sends power to the one with greatest traction...