AWD

AWD may refer to:

  • AWD Holding, (Allgemeiner Wirtschaftsdienst), a German company
  • Afghan War Diary, a collection of thousands of US military documents that were leaked to the public via Wikileaks in July, 2010
  • Agency Worker Directive (2008/104/EC)
  • Air Warfare Destroyer
  • All-wheel drive, another term for, or a specific type of, four-wheel drive
  • Americans with disabilities
  • Artweaver document, the default file extension used by the freeware raster graphics editor developed by Boris Eyrich
  • Microsoft Fax Microsoft at Work Document (file extension)
  • Automated Work Distributor

Other articles related to "awd":

Haldex Traction - Vehicles Equipped With Haldex AWD
4motion VW Transporter 4motion Lamborghini LP 700-4 (Yet to be released) Volvo Cars Volvo S40 AWD Volvo V50 AWD Volvo S60 AWD Volvo S60R AWD (Second Gen 2004-2005 ...
Bremen-Arena
... The Bremen-Arena (previously known as AWD-Dome and Stadthalle Bremen) is the largest indoor arena in Bremen, Germany ... the financial services provider Allgemeiner Wirtschaftsdienst (AWD) bought the naming rights in January 2005 ... Contrary to what the new name suggest, the AWD-Dome is in fact not a dome ...
Suzuki Kizashi - Description and Models
... All-wheel drive (AWD) (based on the i-AWD system featured in the Suzuki SX-4) is optional and includes a driver-activated FWD mode to save fuel ... FWD is expected to be standard although an AWD option will be available for some models as well as a paddle-shift six-speed automatic ...
AWD-Arena
... The AWD-Arena (stylized as AWDarena, known as Niedersachsenstadion until 2002) is a football stadium in the district Calenberger Neustadt in Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany, and competition venue of the ... right at the Lower Saxony Stadium for five years to the Financial Services AWD ...
AWD Holding
... AWD Holding AG (formerly Allgemeiner Wirtschaftsdienst, German for General Economic Service) is one of the largest German financial services companies ... AWD sells its products through sales representatives, who work on commission basis ...