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      04-12-2007, 11:18 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Phoenix 21st View Post
How does dynamic differ from adaptive?
Dynamic is just a fancy name for a slightly more intelligent cruise control. It has a break function so it's more in control when going down a steep hill, and it arrives at the desired speeds in a "refined manner".

Adaptive cruise control is the one which uses a radar and keeps a pre-assigned distance from cars in front. Adaptive cruise control was not speccable on the M5 or M6, despite being available on the lower 5 and 6 series models, so I imagine it will be the same for the M3.

And as far as I'm concerned, cruise control is a useful tool for long journeys and in no way detracts from the performance orientated nature of the M3.
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