The "Over the Air" air suspension system from Tesla
The latest Over the Air air suspension system on Tesla's side enhances the damping force both when driving on the motorway and in "autopilot mode". This modern and new air suspension system promises the driver a dynamic driving experience. Furthermore, the new system from Tesla allows the vehicle to be lowered. The car is kept even lower between 116mm and 160mm ground clearance to reduce drag. But the air suspension system not only lowers the vehicle, it also automatically adapts to the driver's driving style and road conditions, ensuring safety on the road.
The air suspension system from Kia
Thanks to the air suspension system on Kia's side, the vehicle adapts to the driver's needs, which also means greater safety on the road. Furthermore, the air suspension system allows a constant vehicle height, regardless of the load in the rear of the vehicle. This system from Kia also provides a lower lateral sensitivity. Thus, strong side winds or strong steering movements are calmed by the system and the driver can move safely and stably on the road. In addition, the braking distance is shortened by an optimal brake pressure and the tyre wear is also reduced. It can therefore be said that the Kia air suspension system leaves only positive impressions.
The air suspension system from Jaguar
Jaguar's advanced air suspension system not only enhances driving comfort, but is also known for greater safety on the road. Even with a full load, the air suspension still does its job. It ensures that both comfort and precise handling are not compromised with its level control system. If the vehicle is generally loaded with a heavy load, the system automatically adjusts to the weight to counteract the heavy load. Basically, jaguar's air suspension system stands for safety, stability, agility and dynamics.
The air suspension system from Peugeot
Peugeot's air suspension system, which includes an automatic level control, allows the vehicle to lower and raise its height to a certain extent. This means that the air suspension can lower the rear edge of the vehicle by more than 7cm, which is usually very positive. For such a lifting and lowering function the switch panel is responsible, which is located in the right rear portal. The middle position or standard height can be restored to "standard level" by pressing and at a speed of over 10km/h the zero position is automatically adjusted.
In this air suspension system, the control knobs on the left and right trailing arms play an important role. This is because these pressure sensors take a one-sided load, which can be triggered by cornering, and then counteract it with a high air pressure. This increase in air pressure avoids strong swaying. In general, the air suspension system from Peugeot combines high roll and cornering stability with a suspension characteristic that emphasises comfort.