PAPENBURG, Germany — Engineers have crafted schemes to regulate undesirable vehicle-body motion practically since the days of the Tin Lizzie. Only now, engineers have high-speed electronic minions to do their bidding. Governing body motion requires, in a larger sense, governing suspension movement. The mass of the vehicle reacts to changes in momentum; those changes occur due to acceleration and deceleration forces and cornering forces, or because of irregularities in the road surface. As ...

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