What’s the difference between +3 and 3 seating (highlighted in red) and total seating of 2/3* and 5 (highlighted in blue)? With real world equivalent perhaps?
I’m reworking a FWD midsize sedan that’s has this following specs:
4.85 meters long, 2.5L I4 + 6 Modern AT, 5 seats premium Interior + premium SatNav + standard 10s safety, 215/55/R17 hard long life front and rear. Brakes are 330 vent disc front, 310 solid disc rear, pads 50, brake distribution is 65F/35R, monocoque+AHS light+partial aluminum panel, Struts front + multilink rear.
What I notice at first time is that driveability is now really high, it used to be around 55-60 driveability using similar setup while comfort takes a great hit as I usually achieve similar number using standard interior + standard entertainment.
For this current open beta, what is now an acceptable number of comfort for your average passenger midsize sedan like a Camry, Accord, Malibu, Mazda6, etc? 35-40? 40-45?
I also have a question regarding ride height: I compared real life cars ride height spec of midsize sedans, they are 155mm-160mm (Camry, Accord, Malibu, 5 series, E series, etc). How does Automation’s ride height slider compare to real world stats? I can’t seem to make mine as low as real world equivalent without bottoming out, getting load capacity warning, or get really high hit on comfort.