Dynamic Stability Control/M Dynamic Mode (MDM)
I posted this thread to help others understand the difference between DSC and M dynamic Mode (MDM). I was searching for this for a while and couldn't figure out the difference.
"Operating modes of the MK60E5. In principle, the MK60E5 has 3 different operating Modes:• DSC ON • DSC OFF • M Dynamic mode.There is no DTC function in connection with
the M5. However, similar to DTC mode, corresponding control thresholds are raised
by activating the MDM. MDynamic Mode can be activated only via the M-Drive (via the Idrive).
M Dynamic Mode (MDM): MDM gives the performance-oriented driver the option of driving the car with controlled float angle and longitudinal slip without DSC intervening. The control system intervenes only when the physical limits are exceeded. The control thresholds are not static but rather, as the speed increases, they approach the thresholds of DSC ON mode. The stability control thresholds are identical as from a speed of approx. 200 km/h in order not to overtax the driver in the high speed range."