By increasing the height of the ride and adding the rubber layer, the electric car industry is looking to make ride height more predictable and predictable improvements are made to the ride height and ride characteristics.
The increase in height and rubber layer height will be part of the design and manufacturing of electric cars and the company is looking at ways to increase the overall ride height from about 0.7 inches (1cm) to about 1.4 inches (3cm).
It has also been announced that the company will be releasing a new version of its ride height software, called S-Max, to allow the development of ride heights that are higher than 1.8 inches (4cm).
“In a future where there are more than 100 electric cars on the roads, the average rider will need to move about 1 foot (30cm) during the ride,” said Steve Toth, director of product management at the ride heights company.
“That means you need to add more weight to your bike and make sure that you’re not getting into collisions or getting in the way of cars.”
The new S-max software will be rolled out over the next two months, and is expected to be available on the S-train of the Tesla Roadster.
“It will allow manufacturers to create more efficient rides on their electric vehicles, as they can now control the height and stiffness of the vehicle’s body parts,” said Toth.
“The software will also make it easier for riders to control the ride, including in the case of larger vehicles.”
This will give manufacturers a chance to improve the performance and comfort of their vehicles while reducing the cost of ownership.