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      04-22-2016, 09:36 PM   #19
Driver37
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Originally Posted by Prodigy.
So if the car doesn't have 'adaptive suspension' and as we know the M2 doesn't, please explain how the suspension changes via the sport/sport + setting?

Is that paragraph you've posted specifically from M2 specification material?
It's for all cars.

Yes the M vehicles with adaptive suspension allow you to choose between comfort/sport/Sport + specifically for suspension.

But in non-M vehicles when you move the dynamic drive option from comfort to sport a few things change and the suspension is one of them.

You can feel the difference. I just Demo'd a client today in a 228 and let them feel the difference in between comfort and sport going over speed bumps and an aggressive hill climb course we have.

Also when changing the modes you can see the suspension illuminates as being altered as well.

Tomorrow I will post something more "official"

As that paragraph was from BMWUSA