Porsche and US-based ClearMotion sign cooperation agreement

ClearMotion, the Boston-based specialist in the development of innovative chassis systems, and Porsche AG signed an agreement to collaborate in the field of advanced chassis systems. The object of the agreement is to increase the famously high performance of the already very agile and dynamic chassis in Porsche models.

Under this agreement, Porsche and ClearMotion will collaborate on both ClearMotion1™, a high-bandwidth active suspension technology, and RoadMotion™, a road surface fingerprinting software for proactive chassis control. In addition, Porsche and ClearMotion signed a license agreement.

“The planned collaboration is intended to lay the groundwork for evaluating an even closer cooperation with Clear Motion in the future”, says Ingo Albers, Vice President Drive System at Porsche. Going forward, the use of jointly developed technologies for models made by other brands within the Volkswagen Group might also be a possibility.

“This collaboration will create a step-change in the way we experience driving in a vehicle, and for our expansion into the European market. We look forward to creating a fruitful partnership with Porsche and the prospect of building a long-term, cross-brand partnership”, says Christian Steinmann, CEO of ClearMotion.

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