BYD 1st Self-Developed Intelligent Body Control System Launched

Mobility Outlook Bureau
12 Apr 2023
08:30 AM
1 Min Read

The BYD DiSus System will be available in several BYD models, including the new brand launching this summer that specialises in professional and personalised identities.


BYD, the leading global manufacturer of new energy vehicles (NEV), has launched a new DiSus Intelligent Body Control System (DiSus System), which the company claims is its first self-developed intelligent body control system.

Wang Chuanfu, Chairman and President, BYD said this marks the “breakthrough from zero to one”, and will further secure the globally pioneering stance for BYD in the industry.

The DiSus System, which is profiled in three branches – Intelligent Damping Body Control System (DiSus-C), Intelligent Air Body Control System (DiSus-A), and the Intelligent Hydraulic Body Control System (DiSus-P) – will be available in several models under the BYD Dynasty series, BYD Ocean series, DENZA, Yangwang, and the new brand the company will launch this summer that specialises in professional and personalised identities. 

A company release stated that DiSus-P will be firstly equipped on Yangwang U8 and DiSus-A on DENZA N7. A number of BYD HAN, BYD TANG and DENZA models with hardware availability will be able to equip DiSus-C through over-the-air (OTA) upgrades.

At BYD’s global technology launch event, a Yangwang U9 equipped with DiSus-X showcased its ability to dance, jump and drive with just three wheels. 

The BYD DiSus System makes full use of NEV’s advantages in electrification and intelligence to build up a comprehensive system of perception, decision-making, and execution to significantly improve the driving experience, said the company. It offers collaborative control in body dynamics (lateral, longitudinal, and vertical motions), which provides a foundation for the future development of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). 

As a systematic body control system, the BYD DiSus System ensures the vehicle is agile and effectively compatible in most driving scenarios, minimising the risk of vehicle rollover and reducing the displacement of occupants during high-speed cornering, full-throttle acceleration, or emergency braking. 

The company claims the new system can also protect the vehicle from scratches and damages under a variety of road conditions such as snowy, muddy, and water areas.

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