SACHS CDC (Continuous Damping Control) stands for innovative damping optimization. The upshot is maximum driving safety and perfect comfort for the vehicle.
CDC - electronic damper control
SACHS CDC dampers (Continuous Damping Control) for passenger cars stand for perfect damping in any situation. State-of-the-art technology continually records all the variables that are relevant to damping and adjusts the damping force to the external conditions using a valve. The damping force is varied depending on the road condition, payload weight or vehicle handling.
With more than 14 million units installed, SACHS CDC dampers for cars are among the brand's most popular products. The electronic damper control CDC has a wide range of advantages. An overview of the key advantages is provided here:
Stability even in critical driving situations
Damping force for each wheel adjusted within split seconds
More ride comfort, safety and dynamics
Reduced stopping distance
Individually adjustable chassis characteristics
SACHS CDC dampers for cars allow for efficient damping optimization for each wheel within split seconds. This enables maximum stability even in critical situations. The driver benefits from short stopping distances, faster steering responsiveness and more control when changing lanes. SACHS CDC dampers for PC are the prime choice when it comes to maximum safety, dynamics and ride comfort.
SACHS CDC dampers for PC feature an electronically controlled proportional damping valve. Sensors monitor all influences, from the road condition and payload to the driver's actions. A control unit then exactly regulates the damping force.
Video: CDC comparative drive BMW xDrive
The video shows the difference that the electronically assisted chassis makes on the road during the CDC comparative drive.
SACHS shock absorbers distinguish themselves through original equipment quality and innovative technology. They provide performance and dynamics, ensuring perfect road grip and cornering behavior, no matter what challenges the road presents.