Hydraulically controlled stabilisers allow the Dynamic Drive suspension control system to reduce the vehicle's body roll when driving through curves or during sudden swerves. This increases comfort and agility, and makes steering more precise.
When driving straight ahead, the two halves of a stabiliser remain separate, so that the damping and suspension are not affected and can function optimally.
The system uses numerous sensors to analyse the driving situation and minimise body roll on curves. And, due to M-specific calibration with stronger roll momentum on the rear axle, the vehicle benefits from increased dynamic driving characteristics.