To try to feel the difference, I had Sport configured to Chassis only, to eliminate the feel of drivetrain (throttle) when switching between Sport and Comfort. I didn't notice any difference in Chassis response. Not sure why you said to configure Sport to Drivetrain only. In that case, I would expect no difference when switching between Sport and Comfort. But I am trying to run a test so I can feel the difference. Am I not understanding it correctly?
Originally Posted by lbjgh
I'd suggest placing the car in sport mode then using the iDrive, go into settings and change sport mode to drivetrain only.
Here is a little video I took of my car when other members here thought their cars adjusted the suspension without dynamic handling (dynamic comfort north of the border).
2013 x35i (Space Gray, MSport, CW/CWII, DHP, Premium, Premium Sound, Technology, BMW-Apps)
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