Adaptive suspension used to only be a feature in expensive cars. Citroen was the first to use it though its hydraulic setup was aimed at providing superior comfort at the expense of the loss of road feel.
Now that adaptive suspensions are market wide, they promise to enhance both handling precision and competence as well as pothole absorption capability on demand.
Check out the video below explaining how it works.
Personally, I prefer winter over summer. I’m much better at handling the cold than I am at handling the heat. But let’s face it: the same doesn’t really go for a lot of people, and it certainly doesn’t go for most machinery. Cars, for example, are much better at handling those summer months than they are the icy winter ones. Read more