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Lincoln Aviator Suspension Scans The Road 500 Times Per Second

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How does it work? There are literally a dozen sensors permanently monitoring everything from the body’s movement to the vehicle’s motion while also keeping a close eye on whenever the Aviator accelerates or slows down. The highly advanced sensors can read the parameters 500 times per second and work together with a front-mounted camera that scans the road surface almost 50 feet (15.2 meters) ahead.

https://www.motor1.com/news/361091/lincoln-aviator-adaptive-suspension-details/

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Interestingly, adaptive suspension is listed as standard on the Reserve II trim for the Corsair.  I wonder if it's the same.

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On 8/3/2019 at 3:33 PM, FloridaMatt said:

Interestingly, adaptive suspension is listed as standard on the Reserve II trim for the Corsair.  I wonder if it's the same.

Did not know.  Do you have any other news about Corsair?

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On 8/3/2019 at 1:33 PM, FloridaMatt said:

Interestingly, adaptive suspension is listed as standard on the Reserve II trim for the Corsair.  I wonder if it's the same.

Adaptive suspension is a MagneRide suspension. It is also available on the Navigator, Mustang, and others. This is different than the dynamic handling package with road preview which adds the air ride suspension and road scanning. The base Aviator is standard shocks, the reserve gets the adaptive system, the dynamic handling is a package option.

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