The car looked similar to the fourth-generation model, but featured numerous suspension and drivability improvements.
All cars feature active suspension with tilting up to 1.5 degrees.
The car also features uprated suspension with a lowered ride height and stiffened racing springs.
The vehicle was rear-wheel drive, and featured independent front and rear suspension.
They featured working suspension and opening doors and detailed engines.
The 220SE featured a unitized body/frame construction and fully independent suspension.
This car, featuring active suspension, was not a success.
Some of the last post-war Packard models also featured interconnected suspension.
The 1199 is also one of the first production sports motorcycles to feature electronically adjustable suspension.
The landing gear features a steerable nose wheel and suspension on all three wheels.