Smart Suspension System Tackles Snow with Ease – Nio ET9 Performance

SkyRide System Continues to Amaze with Smart Functionality.

After showcasing the remarkably seamless SkyRide system back in January, Nio has unveiled additional, unorthodox advantages of its innovative suspension design. The company recently released a new video on the Chinese social media platform Weibo, featuring the ET9 shaking off snow and ice by swaying from side to side while at a standstill.

Thanks to a set of dampers on every wheel that are individually operated by a specialized hydraulic pump, and an incredibly advanced automotive-grade chip capable of executing over 6 trillion commands per second, the Nio ET9 boasts impressive capabilities. Designed as a premium flagship car, its innovative drive-by-wire chassis system is specifically crafted to provide a superior driving experience, prioritizing comfort for chauffeured passengers.

The Nio ET9 is set to enter the ultra-luxury market, offering a striking alternative to top contenders like the Mercedes-Maybach GLS and Rolls-Royce Cullinan.

Nio showcases ET9's SkyRide chassis system's capabilities during winter test

In recent weeks, the electric car manufacturer demonstrated the impressive abilities of the ET9 in a rigorous vibration test. During this test, the model adeptly balanced two glasses of water on its hood while the wheels were constantly bouncing off the ground. This was then followed by a suspension evaluation, where a stack of glasses remained firmly in place as the EV navigated over speed bumps. If you have yet to witness this astonishing demonstration, we strongly suggest experiencing it for yourself.

Although it may seem highly advanced, this fully functional suspension technology has actually been in existence since the 1980s. Audio company Bose was the first to create an electromagnetic suspension that maintained a smooth ride for cars going around corners and over bumps. Despite its promising capabilities, the system never reached production due to its excessive weight.

The Skyride system created by Nio is truly impressive, as it must be in order to keep up with its electric counterparts such as the Porsche Panamera, which offers a choice of an Active Ride suspension. However, Nio isn’t the sole Chinese car manufacturer pushing boundaries in suspension technology. Its fellow compatriot, BYD, has developed a supercar called the Yanwang U9 that can mimic the movements of a lowrider and maneuver on just three wheels if needed.

The upcoming Nio ET9 is set to hit the market in China next year, starting at CN¥800,000 (equivalent to around $112,000 based on current exchange rates). This price point may seem modest for such an intelligent vehicle.


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