The Tesla Model 3 Highland Features New Suspension To Isolate Specific Vibrations

Tesla’s updated Highland refresh of the Model 3 has brought with it some pretty major updates to the popular EV, and we’re still learning about some of those changes.

One of them was only just announced it was shared by Lars Moravy, VP of vehicle engineering at Tesla, in a post on the X social network.

Picked up by Electrek, the VP confirmed that the Model 3 now has a new type of anti-shock technology that is designed to help prevent specific vibration frequencies.

The new Model 3 has unique shock-absorbing technology called Frequency Selective Damping, which improves ride comfort by isolating shake frequencies in your belly (4-6 Hz) without losing response in steering. Basically just makes the small nibbles in the road disappear.

The technology, which isn’t specific to Tesla, makes the road appear smoother when drivers are working their way down the road which should help with a common complete that some have had about the previous-gen Model 3.

The vehicle was known for a choppy ride, and Tesla and potential Model 3 buyers will no doubt hope that this offers a big improvement in the ride quality moving forward.

The new Highland version of the Model 3 also brought with it internal and external improvements including new technology, revamped headlights and bumpers, and more. It’s now on sale in the United States after debuting in other parts of the world last year.

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