DETROIT – The Cadillac CT4-V, CT5-V, CT5 Sport and Escalade are more advanced with an enhanced driving speed of up to 45% and is grabbing the eyeballs world-wide. The world’s fastest reacting suspension technology makes them more potent and delivers better response to the customers
It has been nearly 20 years since the brand first introduced the suspension technology to the world in the year 2002 as Cadillac Seville STS. This time Cadillac has added the most inclusive update to the technology. Customers would be delighted to know that the new change brings an advanced magnetic flux control, the latest wheel accelerometers and much more that enables an improved driving experience.
“With Magne Ride 4.0, the world’s fastest reacting suspension system is now even faster,” said Thomas Schinderle, Cadillac vehicle performance engineer. “When paired with our sedans’ award-winning rear-wheel-drive architecture, the result is two of the most responsive sport sedans on the market, with reflexes that elevate the already high threshold of the V-Series legacy.”
Let us take a sneak peek at how it works
The advanced Magnetic Ride Control (MRC) uses electromagnets for functioning. The MRC is simply a damping system that pairs magnetorheological fluid by using the electromagnets within the shock absorbers. Wheel accelerometers work wonder and can read up to 1,000 times per second. As a result of this, there is a difference in the magnetic charge and can change the damping rate at the fastest pace. The damping rate is beneficial to the driver: he/she can adjust it as per the requirement and the result is that the model will give better outcome to the changing road surfaces (including the narrow turns) giving better driving experience. This leads to satisfied and safe customers.
Quickly understand what is unique and new to offer
Cadillac is offering the new 2020 CT5-V and CT4-V brought everything new with the development of MagneRide 4.0, which include controller hardware, sensors, dampers and vehicle tuning methods. The company also promises to debut the 2021 CT5 Sport and all-new Escalade next year.
- The system is more advanced and is four times faster than the previous one with wheel hub accelerometers. The inertial measurement unit supports the system for better output.
- The inertial measurement unit is better than the wheels as it gives more accurate measurement of body motion the previous one.
- The secondary temperature maps give more correct output, most importantly in the performance drive.
- The magnetic flux control the overall vehicle body movement as it gives the correct transition between rebound and compression
- The system is upgraded with the modern days hardware and software that allows the car to remain more controlled
The customers who want to own the company’s 2021 CT4-V can buy whose price starts from $45,890. And if the customer wants to buy CT5-V, its price starts at $48,790. The MagneRide 4.0 is offered as part of the new optional V Performance package with 2021 CT5 Sport model whose price starts at $42,790. The cost of 2021 Escalade starts at $86,890 and along with the MagneRide 4.0 the price starts at $101,290.
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