Gebhardt BMW is your Denver BMW dealer. BMW is constantly developing new and improving existing technology to ensure that Denver BMW X3 Suv’s are like no other. The 2011 BMW X3 Denver Dynamic Stability Control is another example of what others do well, BMW does brilliantly. Today we will illustrate how Dynamic Stability Control works on the 2011 BMW X3 Denver. Imagine you are accelerating into a curve, suddenly crossing a slick spot. You begin to slide, but the Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) in the 2011 BMW X3 Denver intervenes within a fraction of a second, reducing engine power and braking each wheel individually to help your vehicle regain traction. Let’s being with a Youtube video by BMW about the new BMW X3.
The Dynamic stability control sensors continuously check how the 2011 BMW X3 Denver is driving. The system references several different sensors monitoring wheel rotation, steering angle, lateral forces, pressure and yaw (degree of rotation around the vertical axis). That information is compared to a simulation model stored in the DSC control unit and compared to ensure the 2011 BMW X3 Denver is stable. If there is too great a difference between the model and how the new BMW X3 Denver is currently travelling, Dynamic Stability Control acts to increase stability or traction. The Dynamic Stability Control system in the new BMW X3 Denver is designed to work in concert with BMW’s innovative all-wheel drive system xDrive, which combines the handling of rear-wheel drive with the traction of all-wheel drive. Together they provide added control at all times, regardless of how extreme the road condition might be.
Visit www.gebhardtbmw.com to learn more. Technical information in this post was taken from bmwusa.com. Gebhardt BMW has been serving Boulder Colorado, Denver Colorado, Broomfield Colorado, Wheat Ridge Colorado, Northglenn Colorado, Littleton Colorado, Englewood Colorado, Lakewood Colorado, Highlands Ranch Colorado, and Castle Rock Colorado for the past 36 years, and we really look forward to serving you for another 36 years.
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