What Is Continuous Damping Control?

What Is Continuous Damping Control?

CDC dampers employ state-of-the-art technology to monitor all the ride-control variables that come into play when the vehicle is in motion.

The increasing electrification of vehicles isn’t limited to what’s underneath the hood. Chassis components now incorporate sensors and control modules to provide a more stable, comfortable and safe ride for drivers and passengers.

For example, a growing number of vehicle manufacturers are adopting continuous damping control systems, or CDC, in their vehicles. 

CDC dampers employ state-of-the-art technology to monitor all the ride-control variables that come into play when the vehicle is in motion, such as the road conditions, load, vehicle-body acceleration and the driver’s actions. Sensors at each wheel register all of the changes.

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