Dynamic Response and Adaptive Dynamics
Did you know Dynamic Response and Adaptive Dynamics both help to improve suspension handling?
For years the Dynamic Response System found in Range Rover and Range Rover Sport has inspired confidence in drivers by significantly reducing the amount of body roll about to take place and uses hydraulic actuators on the sway bars to apply an equal turning force to the sway bars, cancelling out body roll and effectively providing more flat cornering.
Now offered on all Land Rover models, Adaptive Dynamics continuously monitors and analyzes current road conditions and driving style, including speed, steering and body movement up to 500 times a second. This allows the system to select a wide range of dampening rates from extremely soft to extremely hard, or anywhere in between these two states. By doing so, the suspension system is continuously optimized to suit the driving conditions.
It is important to know Dynamic Response is a function of the sway bars, or anti-roll bars, and is only offered on Range Rover and Range Rover Sport, while Adaptive Dynamics is offered on all Land Rover models and is a feature found within the dampers or shock absorber.
Customers will want to know how these features can help them take every road in stride, when moving from one driving style and set of road conditions to another.