Trends in Suspension Systems
While active suspension systems have been around for decades, they never gained much traction outside of racing and high-end cars. They usually were too expensive to use more commonly. Also, the required array of sensors and servomechanisms for the hydraulic systems added weight and needed a lot of power.
Even the highly desirable abilities to suppress body roll while providing comfort and control weren’t seen as enough of a benefit to make that trade. The added complexity also had a negative influence on reliability and serviceability of these systems – or rather made occurring issues expensive.
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