I can not speak for 'large vehicles', but I have friends that have Polaris RZRs with the active suspension and they rave that it is pure magic. It adjusts something like 100 per second and even sets up for future terrain. Such as when they go over a jump, it, of course, knows it is going to 'land' so increases the compression, and the instance it makes contact, decreased the setting for a smooth landing.With shock technology coming along, I'm wondering when/if on-the-fly adjustable shocks will become a reality and whether it will be something that improves ride quality and varied terrain of expo sized vehicles.
Pretty impressive. DYNAMIX, ACTIVE SUSPENSION