Action, not reaction
Active suspension was first shown by Benz under the W126 S-class of 1978. Various concepts furthered the technology over decades until it reached series production as Magic Body Control in the W222 S-class of 2013. That car read surface imperfections up to 15m in front and adapted its suspension to reduce sprung mass vibrations. A tilt function called Curve arrived in 2014 with the C217 S-class Coupe. Today’s GLE executes all this and more using a superior 48v system for greater comfort and agility. Individual wheel control can counteract not only bodyroll, but also pitch and squat.