Range Rover Evoque: Adaptive dynamics

The adaptive dynamics continuously monitor road and driver inputs. It detects rough road and off road conditions, optimises the vehicle suspension settings to suit each surface type and adjusts control for greater ride comfort.

Adaptive dynamics is also linked to Terrain Response Dynamic program, modifying the suspension settings for a more sporting character.

If ADAPTIVE DYNAMICS FAULT is displayed in the message centre, the vehicle can still be driven. The fault may be temporary. If the fault persists, seek qualified assistance as soon as possible.

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