BMW X6 driving dynamic systems

The x-drives connected to the – ICM. Okay, it’s not as melodic as the hipbone, but Jurgen takes us through each portion, including the Integrated Chassis Management (ICM), the rear axle, the active steering, DSC, and engine management.

Dynamic stability control is responsible for brake intervention. Jurgen also goes into the brake system and the dynamic performance control.  What does all this mean to you? Watch the different manuevers in different weather and you’ll see.

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