BYD has announced its DiSus Intelligent Body Control System (DiSus System) at a technology event at its headquarters in Shenzhen.

The full stack self-developed system was designed exclusively for NEVs and was claimed to “significantly” improves driving experience.

The system encompasses intelligent damping (DiSus-C), the air body control (DiSus-A), and hydraulic body control (DiSus-P).

“The DiSus System is the first self developed intelligent body control system launched by a Chinese automobile company,” said Wang Chuanfu, chairman and president of BYD.

The system offers collaborative control in body dynamics (lateral, longitudinal, and vertical motions) as a foundation for the future development of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).

DiSus-P will be first used on the Yangwang U8 and DiSus-A on the Denza N7. Some Han, Tang and Denza models with correct hardware will be able to get DiSus-C through and over the air upgrade.

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The DiSus System ensures the vehicle is agile, minimising the risk of vehicle rollover and reducing the displacement of occupants during high speed cornering, full throttle acceleration, or emergency braking.