(novice question) what is more important for comfort, suspensions or wheels size?I started thinking to skip the adaptive suspension (obviously M50 buyers can't do that), despite the fact that it's a cheap 600€ option, to gain a little more ground clearance and more comfort.
it's a combination of both. You can't really have without the other. You can have the softest suspension but if you run big wheels with a low profile tire it will still feel rough and vice versa.
I would say rubber height which is more linked to wheel size.
Thank you My thoughts were that it might not be so easy with so much torque on very slippery ice/snow roads.... and you also get longer range👍
Where did you get the info that there is a "sport boost +" mode? its not mentionned in your image or in later pictures (nor in the manual)From what I understand, there are up to 3 means to live modify the behavior of the car:
Settings Impact Driving Mode buttons+pedals : Eco Pro, Comfort, Sport, Sport boost, Sport boost + launch control Range
Recuperative braking gearshift: D, B
menus: low, average, high or adaptive. Always high in B position.
ICE style / freewheel
EV style / auto-braking
Suspensions menus: driving mode dependent or adaptive Firm in sport mode
Comfortable in others
What are your thoughts?
It's not really a drive mode, it's a temporary setting for drag racing from what I understand.Where did you get the info that there is a "sport boost +" mode? its not mentionned in your image or in later pictures (nor in the manual)