Seriously? I didn't know that was possible. I've never even encountered a FWD Audi (but I live in a wintry climate, so it makes sense that most Audis get ordered with AWD here).
That doesn't make any sense, FWD is much better to drive in winter conditions instead of AWD. With AWD the back of your car starts slipping if you even give a little gas in a turn (in the winter). You can't believe how many BMW's and Audi's I see around here who got of the road by slipping. If you can drive with ADW in the winter, the better for you. But if you aren't that experienced with driving, FDW is much better to start with in the winter. ADW owns, but in the winter I would rather have a FDW then AWD, or even better just give me a quattro