Makes sense on the sound part :thumb:I don't know about the suspension height, as I haven't tested, but the electronically-actuated (magnetic iirc?) anti-roll bars might be why you see your 'fix step' touching in dynamic and not in auto.
With regard to sound, the exhaust system in any non-SVR seems to me to be wholly static, so changes in timbre are likely due to the differences in the fueling tables and timing for the Dynamic Mode's engine map/tables, and/or (I've yet to research this powerplant at all, but maybe?) variation for the valvetrain's cam profiles.
Thanks, I didn’t know that. It lowers automatically, was it possible to do it manually in earlier models?EAS has done that since the last of the Classics. Lowering to motorway/highway level also improves stability at higher speeds. It's common for folks to have their motorway setting lowered a bit to improve both and some folks do it for looks.