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The Sierra EV will have 5 driving modes for drivers to choose from.

  • Customizable Drive Modes enable the driver to adjust steering, suspension, propulsion, sound and power settings for the ultimate personalized driving experience. These modes include:
    • Standard
    • Tow/Haul
    • Off-Road – for when the pavement ends
    • My Mode – a fully customizable experience for the driver
    • Max Power – a thrilling amount of EV torque enables 0-to-60 mph acceleration in under 4.5 seconds (GM estimate)
 

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Does anyone know if the Ultium Platform vehicles have GM's Magnetic Ride Control (MRC)? This feature seems most noticeable on the big GM offerings like the Yukon, Suburban, and Escalade to minimize the nose-dive on braking and just smooth out the ride in general. I wonder if these mega-heavy EVs will come with this magnetic dampening to help with the ride as well.
 

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Does anyone know if the Ultium Platform vehicles have GM's Magnetic Ride Control (MRC)? This feature seems most noticeable on the big GM offerings like the Yukon, Suburban, and Escalade to minimize the nose-dive on braking and just smooth out the ride in general. I wonder if these mega-heavy EVs will come with this magnetic dampening to help with the ride as well.
The Hummer and the other GMC/Chevy trucks don't have it. They do have air ride though. The only one that has MRC IIRC is the Celestiq. The Lyriq has a very well tuned 5-link suspension.
 
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