hydraulic suspension

hydraulic suspension

n
(Automotive Engineering) a system of motor-vehicle suspension using hydraulic members, often with hydraulic compensation between front and rear systems (hydroelastic suspension)
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soaks bumps This car is the opposite in fact, with its clever Hydractive hydraulic suspension system soaking up every bump.
It was the weight of all those extra batteries in the back that made possible "hopping" the car: literally bouncing the car back and forth on its hydraulic suspension until the front end rears up like a bucking bronco.
By viewing firsthand the car's hydraulic suspension arrangement, its carbon Monocell chassis, compact 3.
The rolling stock also has state-of-the-art pneumatic and hydraulic suspension system, ensuring a smoother ride; climatic control in passenger cabins; and, importantly, an environmentally-friendly toilet system.
Oddly styled but a big comfy barge of a thing that munched miles like no other car in its class and had the benefit of hydraulic suspension too.
Following the sweepingly dramatic styling first seen in the likes of the French carmaker's top-end luxury cars of the past such as the Citroen DS, SM and CX, the C6 makes no excuses for its executive status, being designed from the drawing board to cosset and pamper while staying true to Citroen tradition with hydraulic suspension providing a magic ride.
On the road it behaves impeccably with a boulevard ride courtesy of the latest version of Citroen's acclaimed hydraulic suspension system.
And several lowrider car owners were in the parade, drawing cheers as they lowered and raised their cars with hydraulic suspension systems.
It bins the C5's hydraulic suspension in favour of springs and dampers.
AimRite's present principal business is the development of COAST (Computer Optimized Adaptive Suspension Technology), a revolutionary computerized hydraulic suspension system that replaces conventional shocks and anti-sway bars.
The GS, for example, had hydraulic suspension well before the likes of Mercedes and drove like a dream.
A new concept in hydraulic suspension technology, created by QED Services, Inc, Ann Arbor, MI, has applications for the entire motor vehicle industry.