Assuming you mean Rivians, don’t think they even have sway bars. They have a sophisticated cross linked suspension w/ hydraulic dampening and roll control system … connected without using physical sway bars.Anyone concerned about the long-term reliability of these bad boys? The wrangler struggles to keep its quick disconnect sway bars functioning properly, and they have way less moving parts. Regardless, theses sway bars are badass.
Citroen developed and finally installed this type of system in 1955, yup 1955. The Car & Driver article below (from 2015) says that Citroen will be canceling the system in its next new car and if that happened in 2015 we are discussing a technology that was proven through 60 years of use. I love that Rivian is using the system.This is basically how the suspension is supposed to work, and its awesome:
Anyone concerned about the long-term reliability of these bad boys?
So....anyone on here with 100,000 miles on their McLaren that can comment on the reliability of the system?This is basically how the suspension is supposed to work, and its awesome: