Cadillac Models Add New MagneRide 4.0 Technology

2021 Cadillac Escalade | Beloit, WI

Get ready for an even smoother ride around Beloit, Wisconsin, thanks to the new MagneRide 4.0, now offered for Cadillac models. This next-generation Magnetic Ride Control system takes the superior performance quality of Cadillac vehicles and makes it even better. Debuting on the Cadillac CT4-V, CT5-V, Escalade, and CT5 Sport, MagneRide 4.0 is a fantastic suspension technology.

Innovative Technology

MagneRide 4.0 is the fourth generation of the Cadillac Magnetic Ride Control technology and improves responsiveness in varying road conditions. This version introduces major updates to the system, like new wheel accelerometers and updated magnetic flux control. It also has an inertial measurement unit, which is sensitive to the motion of the vehicle and allows it to adapt more quickly to bumps in the road. 

A Smoother Ride

Within the active damping system, magnetorheological fluid and electromagnets work together to control the damping rate. The wheel accelerometers can read the road as much as 1,000 times each second. These readings then cause the magnetic charge to change, which in turn adjusts the damping rates of the vehicle’s shocks. The result of the system is a more relaxing, smoother ride, even on rough roads.

MagneRide 4.0 is just one of several innovations included in new Cadillac models. Discover more about these models when you give us a call at Bud Weiser Motors in Beloit, Wisconsin.

Cadillac hopes to be all-electric by 2030.

Cadillac EV | Beloit WI

Cadillac has been consistently pushing the envelope and adding innovations to its luxury vehicles. Continuing to be at the forefront of changes in the automotive industry, Cadillac recently announced ambitious plans to work towards providing consumers with potentially an all-electric lineup by the year 2030.

Making Real Progress

The automaker has hinted at its intention to develop electric models in the past, including showcasing a concept for a midsize electric SUV in 2019. The most recent announcement, however, is far more concrete.

You can expect to see the introduction of a compact electric SUV in the Chinese market in 2022, with a similar model to follow in the United States in 2023. Cadillac is also set to release a refreshed lineup of its gasoline-powered models within the decade.

Electric Luxury & High Performance

The ultimate goal of Cadillac president Steve Carlisle is to produce electric luxury vehicles with a driving range of 400 miles and a charging time of just a few minutes. He also indicated that more models may be available with the advanced Super Cruise™ driver assistance system. 

While we all eagerly await the innovations Cadillac has in store for us in the coming years, stop by Bud Weiser Motors to get behind the wheel of one of the exciting Cadillac vehicles in our inventory.